Some of the themes covered in the book include:
- Working with data types, variables, and operators
- Control structures such as loops and conditional statements
- Functions, objects, and arrays
- Working with the Document Object Model (DOM) to manipulate web pages
- Debugging and troubleshooting code
The book has received generally positive reviews from readers. Many have praised the interactive and engaging style of the book, as well as the clear and concise explanations of the material. Some have also noted that the book does a good job of explaining complex concepts in an easy-to-understand way.
Table of Contents
It covers a wide range of topics, starting with the fundamentals of programming and working up to more advanced concepts. Here is a detailed overview of the book:
|Originally published||January 11, 2007|
|Publisher||O'Reilly Media, Inc.|
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About the Author
In addition to his work in software development, Morrison has also written several books on programming and technology, including “Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML” and “Head First jQuery”. He holds a degree in computer science from the University of California, Berkeley.
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FAQs(Frequently Asked Questions)
It covers a wide range of topics, starting with the fundamentals of programming and working up to more advanced concepts.
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