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High School Computer Science, User Defined Functions in C++. Start writing C++ functions yourself. Learn the small things first and settle far beyond. Ideal for anyone who have started learning C++ and want to explore in details the Functions.



The Past, Present, and Future of JavaScript 
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What’s next for JavaScript? Its phenomenal rise from a simple client-side scripting tool to a versatile and flexible programming language exceeded everyone’s expectations. Now, hopes and expectations for JavaScript’s future are considerable.

In this insightful report, Dr. Axel Rauschmayer explains how the combination of several technologies and opportunities in the past 15 years turned JavaScript’s fortunes. With that as a backdrop, he provides a detailed look at proposed new features and fixes in the next version, ECMAScript.next, and then presents his own JavaScript wish list—such as an integrated IDE.

Understand the key role that XMLHttpRequest, JSON, jQuery, V8, Node.js, and other advances played
Examine proposed fixes for ECMAScript.next through code examples
Discover how JavaScript is becoming a better Target for compilers
Explore the technologies that will help JavaScript provide support for concurrency
Learn how HTML5 is a compelling platform for JavaScript in web, mobile, and desktop applications



JavaScript Principles: A Brief Introduction
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This 17-chapter book is a brief introduction to key principles of JavaScript programming. Each chapter is dedicated to an isolated subject. The author focuses on "I wish I knew this before" type of knowledge, that will be helpful for beginners and intermediate-level programmers interested in expanding their understanding of front-end application development. jQuery briefly highlighted throughout the book and few jQuery plugin examples are provided. 

This volume highlights key principles involved in JavaScript programming and should not be considered as a complete outline of JavaScript programming language. If you are passionate about learning about key insights of this programming language in a medium sized book, it may be of interest to you. 

Chapters are as follows: 

1. A Case for jQuery 
2. Breaking Down jQuery 
3. Document Object Model 
4. JavaScript Boot Camp Begins 
5. Code Placement 
6. Statements, Primitives and Literals 
7. The "this" Property 
8. Function Properties 
9. Object Literals 
10. Anonymous Functions 
11. Closures 
12. Constructors 
13. Prototype 
14. Events 
15. Initializing jQuery 
16. Optimizing jQuery Selectors 
17. Creating jQuery Plugins 
Plugin 1: Get Class 
Plugin 2: Rewriting Window Alert Box 
Plugin 3: Rewriting jQuery's prev() and next() 
Plugin 4: id2var



Java 8 Preview Sampler
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The Problem with Native JavaScript APIs
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