Any good Javascript learning book recommendations?

I’m looking for a good book on learning javascript to help round out my
webdev skills. Any opinions on what the best book to get to learn would
be?

Thanks for any suggestions!


Terry (TAD) Donaghe
http://www.tadspot.com
http://www.rubynoob.com

Professional JavaScript for Web D.s (Wrox Professional Guides)
from Nicholas C. Zakas is not that bad.

marcel

On Thu, Sep 14, 2006 at 03:28:34PM -0700, Terry D. wrote:

I’m looking for a good book on learning javascript to help round out my
webdev skills. Any opinions on what the best book to get to learn would be?

Thanks for any suggestions!

The O’Reilly book “JavaScript: The Definitive Guide”. The author
understands closures, 'nuff said.

Michael

Michael Darrin Chaney
[email protected]
http://www.michaelchaney.com/

I am using “Dynamic HTML: The Definite Reference” from O’Reilly
The best source of cross-browser DOM, CSS and some intro on JavaScript.

All the Best!
Sergey.

On Sep 14, 2006, at 3:45 PM, lanzm wrote:

Professional JavaScript for Web D.s (Wrox Professional Guides)
from Nicholas C. Zakas is not that bad.

I’ll second this book. The author has some strange ideas, but has
good info and reasonably well presented.

-Brian