Dot Net magazine recently asked a number of web workers to name three books that they consider web designers and developers should read. They then compiled the results into a list of 25 books.
Finished DOM Scripting for 2nd time in 5 years. Nice to see it on netmag top 25. One of the few programming books thats aged well.
I think its longevity is due to a deliberate choice I made to avoid mentioning specific browsers as much as possible. There are still one or two points in the book where I make reference to this or that issue with some particular version of Internet Explorer but for the most part the book focuses purely on the standards rather than implementations. I guess that’s pretty unusual in a book about about a client-side programming language.
Posted by Jeremy on Tuesday, November 15th, 2011 at 5:28pm