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are racing each other to speed up the language and add more and more scriptable features to
browsers," notes expert author David Flanagan (@__DavidFlanagan). "The 6th edition has
features and also covers the newest browser features (HTML5) such as client-side graphics, local
storage, the application cache, web workers and binary APIs."
Plus, adds Flanagan, "This isn't a book about doing specific things. It's a book about
understanding. I hope what comes with a careful reading is deep understanding and mastery of the
language, and of its client-side capabilities."
Many chapters in this sixth edition have been completely rewritten to bring them in line with
experienced programmers who want to learn the programming language of the Web, and for current
--Andrew Hedges, Tapulous
--Tom Robinson, co-founder of 280 North, co-creator of Cappuccino
Definitive Guide is in that section."
--J. Chris Anderson, cofounder of CouchBase, ApacheCouchDB committer, and author of "CouchDB: The
--Rey Bango, Microsoft Client-Web Community Program Manager and jQuery Team Member
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