Something to read on JavaScript?


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Advise sensible books/manuals on JS.
Is there JS for a thread of common reference, it is possible in chm format?
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The book "rhinoceros", article by Crockford, blog Resiga.
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Almost any book on Javascript is the embodiment of Evil. They a lot of mistakes, stupid examples and bad advice. Important features of the language are either poorly addressed or not addressed at all. I went through dozens of books on Javascript and can only recommend one: Javascript: The Definitive Guide (5th Edition) by David Flanagan.

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You can download it here.
But it is better to book :)
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There are links:
Javascript.chm, In fact 4 books on Javascript.
Intro_Javascript.chm Practical introduction to programming in Javascript. Pavel Khramtsov.
Javascript_Programming.chm Javascript Programming. Also from Pavel Khramtsov, though slightly different version.
Windows_script_Host_56.chm Windows script Host 5.6. Book on scripts (js, vbs, wsh, wsf) on the Windows.
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I recommend the last option for the administration and the rest for the web.
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All in chm, and finding (he churned out html).
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Mcfarland "Javascript: a detailed guide". I found only on Google-books in English. Mostly practical examples. For a complete happiness is not enough unless some of the technical details, but they need not all.
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If you want a deeper and detail, Flanagan, pdf 5th edition in Russian is in the network.
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For a more advanced study of the Subtleties ECMA-262-3
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