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shadowmatter · 2010-09-23 · Original thread
JS: The Good Parts is will be a quick and informative read if you've already done a bit of JS programming. Once you're done with that, the next book I'd read is ppk on Javascript (, as it's the only JS book I've found that talks at length about the BOM (browser object model). Finally, once you're comfortable with writing JS but really only need a library reference, you can pick up JavaScript: The Definitive Guide by David Flanagan, although you can probably do without it if your patience and Google-fu is strong enough.

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