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Build Better Applications with Coding and Design Patterns
About the Author
Stoyan Stefanov is a Yahoo! web developer, Zend Certified Engineer, and an author, contributor, and tech reviewer of various O'Reilly books. He speaks regularly about web development topics at conferences and on his blog at www.phpied.com. Stoyan is the creator of the smush.it image optimization tool and architect of Yahoo's performance optimization tool YSlow 2.0.
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I feel this book, does a great job, in only 205 pages, of introducing you to, the complexities that these frameworks are shielding you from.
I would love to say that I understood every word, but I'm not quite there yet: it does delve into some quite complex topics. (This is not a beginners' book and does require careful study.)
Everything is explained very clearly. But given the complexity of some topics I think certain chapters or sections could be expanded upon a little. But perhaps this is just me making excuses he, he.
O'Reilly books, as always, have excellent print and production quality.
I particularly liked the extensive section on MVC variations and implementations through different JS frameworks.