Mastering Modular JavaScript 🆕📗

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My latest book, Mastering Modular JavaScript, just went into Early Release and is available now on Safari Books Online. It’s a part of my “Modular JavaScript” effort. It covers module thinking, patterns & principles.

Modular JavaScript is a book series with the mission of improving our collective understanding of writing robust, well-tested, modular JavaScript code. Mastering Modular JavaScript is the second book in the series, and it discusses modular JavaScript application development. Mastering Modular JavaScript includes hundreds of real-world patterns and practices, as well as detailed explanations of what works and what hasn’t when it comes to leveraging ES6 in the wild.

Tackle two aspects of JavaScript development: modularity and ES6. With this practical guide, front-end and back-end Node.js developers alike will learn how to scale out JavaScript applications by breaking codebases into smaller modules. We’ll specifically cover features in ES6 from the vantage point of how we can leverage them to improve modularity in our programs. Learn how to manage complexity, how to drive it down, and how to write simpler code by building small modules.

If you’re a frontend developer or backend Node.js developer with a working knowledge of JavaScript, this book is for you. The book is ideal for semi-senior developers, senior developers, technical leaders, and software architects.

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Comments (7)

Michael wrote

One question: When getting the backers of your campaign the link to the new ebook.

BTW: Thanks for the great work.

Nicolás Bevacqua wrote

O’Reilly has the list of backers, so I suspect that should happen some time very soon! I’m looking into it! 😅

Phillip Nguyen wrote

Hey man, just wanted to say I love your work.

Question- I’m starting to read your book on GitHub, and was wondering would it be possible to provide more code examples that would supplement the huge amount of information you write in each of your chapters? I’m write each paragraph, and I find that providing examples would really help me understand what you’re talking about (I’m currently reading chapter 2).

Thanks man, Phil