Web development industry is a fast-paced industry. New trends, technologies, techniques and APIs pop up now and then and we have to educate ourself to use it. As a web developer, I always reckon it's part of our responsibility or perhaps we need to train it as a habit to keep learning and upgrading ourself and do not satisfy with the status quo. We are meant to explore and discover as many solutions as possible. :)
Some of the concepts covered (closures, prototypal inheritance) will assume a level of basic prior knowledge and understanding. If you find yourself needing to read further about these topics, a list of suggested titles is provided for convenience.
If you would like to learn how to write beautiful, structured and organized code, I believe this is the book for you.
The Little Book on CoffeeScript
Smooth CoffeeScript is a book about CoffeeScript and programming. Start with programming fundamentals, learn about functional programming with Underscore and problem solving, study object orientation and modularity. It covers client/server web apps with Canvas and WebSockets.
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