Linked by Jeff Boes on Wed 21st Feb 2007 04:32 UTC
Features, Office The Book of JavaScript (2nd edition) by "thau!" (Dave Thau, according to the book's companion website) is a new and comprehensive introduction to the JavaScript language presented in an entertaining, practical format. I was provided a review copy by the publisher, No Starch Press. I have significant practical experience with JavaScript, so I do not consider myself in the target audience for this book; however, I still found much of it useful so it will remain as a valuable reference on my bookshelf.
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So true. Ironically, it was originally meant to be "livescript", but later changed to javascript, because it was released at the same time as the java-enabled Netscape. Apparently, they were confused about it themselves ;)

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