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This cookbook is chock-full of code recipes that address common programming tasks, as well as techniques for building web apps that work in any browser. Just copy and paste the code samples into your project -- you'll get the job done faster...
2. JS.next: A Manager's Guide by Aaron Frost - O'Reilly Media, 2013
Different browsers can develop native APIs for the same specification and still end up with different interpretations. These APIs can tie your code to specific browsers, forcing you to upgrade applications whenever new browsers are released.
Learn how to build complete web scale or enterprise applications that are easy to extend and maintain. By applying the design patterns outlined in this book, you'll learn how to write flexible and resilient code that's easier to work with.
8. DOM Enlightenment by Cody Lindley - domenlightenment.com, 2012
This is the most exhaustive book written about DOM scripting without the use of a library/framework. The book is written in a style that favors small, isolated, immediately executable code over wordy explanations and monolithic programs.
9. Backbone Tutorials by Thomas Davis - backbonetutorials.com, 2012
Backbone.js has had unrivaled success and will be a crucial tool in modern web development. This free e-book aims to get developers up to speed with single page web application development using Backbone.js as a foundation.
10. An Introduction to libuv by Nikhil Marathe, 2012
This book is a small set of tutorials about using libuv as a high performance evented I/O library which offers the same API on Windows and Unix. It is meant to cover the main areas of libuv, but is not a comprehensive reference.
11. Mastering Node by TJ Holowaychuk - Visionmedia, 2012
14. Developing Backbone.js Applications by Addy Osmani - O'Reilly Media, 2012
15. Mixu's Node Book by Mikito Takada - mixu.net, 2012
16. The Node Beginner Book by Manuel Kiessling - Leanpub, 2011
17. Dojo: The Definitive Guide by Matthew A. Russell - O'Reilly Media, 2008
Dojo provides an end-to-end solution for development in the browser. Matthew A. Russell demonstrates how to tame Dojo's extensive library of utilities so that you can build rich and responsive web applications like never before.
18. Up and Running with Node.js by Tom Hughes-Croucher - O'Reilly Media, 2010
20. jQuery Fundamentals by Rebecca Murphey, 2010
The goal of this text is to help you develop robust client-side scripts that can run in all modern browsers, under various operating systems. The answers contain interactive examples which you can run without leaving the Web page you are reading.