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This book has few good points, but it almost irrelevant for the existing tech stack. 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.
Feb 05, Katherine rated it really liked it. How slow is “slow?
Published March 30th by Yahoo Press first published NHibernate 3 Beginner’s Guide. See if you have enough points for this item. How you determine which ones are holding up the show with your latest project? Java for RPG Programmers. Strings and Regular Expressions Poor string-handling performance in browsers, work around methods is explained Ihgh Interfaces User experience, several techniques is discussed to ensure that the user interface remains responsive at all times.
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I thought I knew that part frontwards and backwards. Want to Read saving…. You submitted the following rating and review. Apr 07, Rob rated it it was amazing Shelves: As the foreword notes at the time the book was written the browser landscape was drastically different than it is as we start If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you.
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Good book for or so. This is a must-have for Full-Stack JS developers.
Node for Front-End Developers. Poor string-handling performance in browsers, work around methods is explained. Jan 15, Nate Berggren rated it liked performancs. I’d rate this book 4 stars if it perfomance so dated read it in Definitely worth a read.
There are also some interesting parts in Ch 5 regexes and 6 timers if you’re not already javascripg with the performance aspects of those features.
The inner machinations of the language snap together in a way that makes it all feel new and exciting — the possibilities are boundless! The only issue I had and he may have mentioned this but I missed it, is that in all his examples you had multiple var declarations in each example.
NET for Visual Studio A good summary of performance improvements, but a bit outdated.
Author mentions IE7 too often for the book about performance but general ideas still make sense. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Loops and recursion can work against you when it comes to runtime performance.