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Recipes for Event-Driven Code by Trevor Burnham.
Describes the smallest subset of the language that allows to be productive.
Book of Speed
The business, psychology and technology of high-performance web apps.
D3 Tips and Tricks
Covers many examples about representing data in a browser using the D3 library.
Developing Backbone.js Applications
Begin with the fundamentals, work the way through the exercises, and learn how to build an application that is both cleanly organized and maintainable.
Dive Into HTML5
Elaborates on a hand-picked selection of features from the HTML5 specification and other fine standards.
DOM Scripting: The book
Enterprise Web Development: From Desktop to Mobile
Help web application developers and software architects in picking the right strategy for developing cross-platform applications that run on a variety of desktop computers as well as mobile devices.
Directory of books with ratings and comments from users.
Reveals techniques and strategies to help eliminate performance bottlenecks.
HTML Canvas Deep Dive
Introduces basic drawing, making charts, advanced drawing and events, animations, 3D graphics with WebGL and ThreeJS, Web Audio, and more details about advanced HTML multimedia.
InfoQ: TypeScript for C# Programmers
Free ebook about TypeScript.
Interactive Smooth CoffeeScript
Introduction to programming in CoffeeScript with an emphasis on clarity and abstraction.
A strong cup of functions, objects, combinators, and decorators by raganwald.
A simple introduction to programming.
Build Better Applications with Coding and Design Patterns.
Js in 10 Minutes
A quick intro to its advanced features.
JS: The Right Way
A brief overview of Knockout and its data-oriented aspects, followed by a thorough examination of binding data to various HTML elements.
Explore applying both classical and modern design patterns.
Collection of books.
The Little Book on CoffeeScript
Syntax, classes, idioms, compiling, applications, the bad parts.
The Little MongoDB Book
Noel Rappin Writes Here
Material based on a talk of the same name, last presented at LondonJS and inspired by previous work by Nicholas Zakas.
Covering the language from many angles: browser, server, standalone and embedded.
Programming Windows 8 Apps
Single page apps in depth
Focus on discussing patterns, implementation choices and decent practices.
Teaches ECMAScript 5.
Teaches intermediate developers the art of third-party scripting. Topics covered include cross-domain messaging, third-party cookies, defensive and adaptive HTML and CSS, JS API development, performance best practices.
How to add Bootstrap tools to development workflow.
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