[PDF] Download ☆ The Little Book on CoffeeScript | by ☆ Alex MacCaw


  • Title: The Little Book on CoffeeScript
  • Author: Alex MacCaw
  • ISBN: 9781449321055
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback

  • This little book shows JavaScript developers how to build superb web applications with CoffeeScript, the remarkable little language that s gaining considerable interest Through example code, this guide demonstrates how CoffeeScript abstracts JavaScript, providing syntactical sugar and preventing many common errors You ll learn CoffeeScript s syntax and idioms step by steThis little book shows JavaScript developers how to build superb web applications with CoffeeScript, the remarkable little language that s gaining considerable interest Through example code, this guide demonstrates how CoffeeScript abstracts JavaScript, providing syntactical sugar and preventing many common errors You ll learn CoffeeScript s syntax and idioms step by step, from basic variables and functions to complex comprehensions and classes.Written by Alex MacCaw, author of JavaScript Web Applications O Reilly , with contributions from CoffeeScript creator Jeremy Ashkenas, this book quickly teaches you best practices for using this language not just on the client side, but for server side applications as well It s time to take a ride with the little language that could.Discover how CoffeeScript s syntax differs from JavaScriptLearn about features such as array comprehensions, destructuring assignments, and classesExplore CoffeeScript idioms and compare them to their JavaScript counterpartsCompile CoffeeScript files in static sites with the Cake build systemUse CommonJS modules to structure and deploy CoffeeScript client side applicationsExamine JavaScript s bad parts including features CoffeeScript was able to fix
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    Commentaires:

    Rob
    As a developer who loves JavaScript, I am naturally curious about CoffeeScript. Now, I may be a bit late to the game, but I had decided after hearing all that ballyhoo (both laudatory and deprecatory) for the past couple years that it was worth at least a little academic exploration. Now I'd forked the repo and tinkered with it in the REPL but no academic excursion is satisfactory without a good book.And that's where MacCaw's Little Book on CoffeeScript comes in.It's short (62 pages!) and gets r [...]

    Enikő
    Well written. Good introduction book on CoffeeScript.Still I would be more happy if debates would not be solved by sentences like :The X.Y is liked so it is good.Should be more objective. When reasoning besides an arguments. And show points or reference another sources for pros/cons.Still I would recommend it with an open-minded reading mindset. Just doubt when the argument is not supported at all. (Doubt everything what you read and hear and reason.)

    Ivan Zarea
    A very fast and pleasant read. Yes, most of the content can be found somewhere else, but here it's exposed in a simple manner and is very straight to the point. It doesn't feel like reading docs, nor is it a poignant guide.The author also manages to stuff some tips, practices and caveats, while offering some simple but fairly illustrative examples.A nice book for the commute and someone who's wondering what is coffeescript bringing to the field.

    Dmytro
    It is a good book. I will recommend it to read if you need to work with CoffeeScript, but I also will recommend not to put into the top priority at first because you need to try CoffeeScript on your own to understand what is described in this book. Looks more like reference one, succinct and mainly stick to the point without extra lirik, exactly what I have looked for.

    Adam Mokan
    Very basic book which makes a good desk reference. The main coffeescript website contains almost the exact same content. Considering it was one of, if not the, first published book dedicated to CoffeeScript - I cannot fault the author for how 'light' it is. Very much akin to other O'Reily books on 'bleeding edge' topics.

    Nic Nilov
    Quick and down to business overview of the language. Provides very condensed knowledge effectively, although there are places where reasoning behind language features becomes a bit sketchy. Still overall is very good reading, definitely recommended to anyone having decent understanding of JavaScript.

    Ulina
    3.7

    Joshua
    Indeed a little book. Seems enough to get started and the tool chain notes were helpful, too.

    Serge Boucher
    Very short intro but enough to get you started

    Kars
    Read this to get up to speed with CoffeeScript. Did the trick. For the most part the writing and examples are very clear.

    Darren Fuller
    An excellent introduction to the language which has left me wanting to learn more

    Said A
    Very short introduction to CoffeeScript. Has free online version. I found introduction at coffeescript website better.

    Amet Alvirde
    Lo terminé hace algún tiempito pero olvidé hacer el update. No tengo intenciones de usar coffeescript por el momento, pero es un libro que cualquiera con intenciones de hacerlo debe leerlo.

    Rajat Vig
    concise. small. good

    Nicolay Hvidsten
    It's little.It's about coffeescript.10/10 - would read again.

    Dave
    Nice intro to the language. Lives up to its "Little Book" moniker, by not covering much about style or anything about library, but then does it need to?

    Colin Jones
    Concise.

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