File Size: 811 KB
Print Length: 97 pages
Publisher: OdeToCode LLC; 2 edition (November 21, 2015)
Publication Date: November 21, 2015
Sold by: Digital Services LLC
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It's a nice compilation, although I'm not a huge JS dev, so I can't really evaluate its sum value.There seem to be a lot of formatting issues, through. Usually every other paragraph has 2-3 words squished into one. I noticed it both on my Kindle and on the Windows Kindle app, so I'm assuming it's the material's fault. Probably something that crept up while publishing. Also some additional formatting should be applied when mentioning code parts in the text. It's not always obvious if I'm reading normal text or a variable name.
I appreciate the up to date information, especially the arrow function...I have been seeing that for a long time and had no idea what it was. The book explained that and other functions through examples.
Easy read for someone who is already familiar to ES5 and wonder if ES6 is only sintactic sugar. Good price. Few proofreading mistakes but no biggie.