Ember.js in Action – An ambitious overview, with glitches – #programming #bookreview

Ember.js in Action Joachim Haagen Skeie (Manning – paperback)   The Ember.js JavaScript framework has “a steep learning curve,” Joachim Haagen Skeie cautions readers repeatedly in his new book. Indeed, Ember does. I’ve watched that learning curve confuse and frustrate several experienced JavaScript and Ruby on Rails developers. And I’ve banged my own (thick) skull … Continue reading Ember.js in Action – An ambitious overview, with glitches – #programming #bookreview

Functional JavaScript – Applying functional techniques and Underscore.js – #programming #bookreview

Functional JavaScript Introducing Functional Programming with Underscore.js Michael Fogus (O‚ÄôReilly – paperback, Kindle) When I first started tinkering with JavaScript, object-oriented programming (OOP) was the rage, and JavaScript frequently was touted as one of the key object-oriented languages. After all, according to many online descriptions, almost everything within JavaScript “is OO.” Now, in this enjoyable … Continue reading Functional JavaScript – Applying functional techniques and Underscore.js – #programming #bookreview