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Finally forced myself to finish reading it, but found little of value in the back half of the book. Just an other awesome book by Nicolas Zakas.
I think the book’s age references IE4 actually helps it in some ways, as it discusses guidelines and practices for improved performance on browsers much less powerful than we have now. You’ll learn the best practices to build and deploy your files to a production environment, and tools that can help you find problems once your site goes live. But the last little bits drop in. Python 3 Web Development Beginner’s Guide.
There are also some interesting parts in Ch 5 regexes and 6 timers if you’re not already familiar with the performance aspects of those features. It wasn’t really what I was looking for.
Refresh and try again. Java For Dummies Quick Reference. PHP 5 in Practice. I need to re-read this once I understand more about JS, anyway I could grasp a lot of concepts about performance from this.
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Either way, I would recommend this book. Jan 18, Illia Olenchenko rated it it was amazing. Way more useful than I was expecting! At least until next semester’s RegEx class with Prof. Most of Algorithms and Flow Control and Strings and Regular Expressions is still relevant, especially issues with backtracking.
No trivia or quizzes hogh-performance.
How to write a great review. Apr 28, Tony rated it really liked it Shelves: Oracle Utilities Pocket Reference. Mostly meaning it didn’t save what page you were on last. That isn’t very efficient. However, the chapters on the DOM and String processing were very good, and the first chapter, on loading JS, seemed very foundational.