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Implicit function parameters 4. The arguments parameter. The this parameter: Invoking functions 4. Invocation as a function. Invoking functions as constructors. Invocation with the apply and call methods. Fixing the problem of function contexts 4. Using arrow functions to get around function contexts. Functions for the Master: Closures and Scopes 5. Understanding closures. Putting closures to work 5.
Mimicking private variables. Using closures with callbacks.
Tracking code execution with execution contexts. Keeping track of identifiers with lexical environments 5. Code nesting.
Variable definition keywords and lexical environments. Registering identifiers within lexical environments. Exploring how closures work 5. Revisiting mimicking private variables with closures.
Revisiting the closures and callbacks example. Functions for the future: Generators and Promises 6. Generators and promises make our async code elegant.
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Generator functions 6. Controlling the generator through the iterator object. Communicating with a generator. Promises 6. The problems with simple callbacks. Creating our first real-world promise. Waiting for a number of promises.
Combining generators and promises 6. Object-orientation with prototypes 7. Understanding prototypes. Object construction and prototypes 7.
Instance properties. Object typing via constructors.
Using getters and setters to define computed properties. Proxies 8. Using proxies for logging. Using proxies for measuring performance.
Using proxies to auto-populate properties. Using proxies to implement negative array indexes.
Dealing with collections 9. Arrays 9. Creating arrays. Adding and removing items at either end of an array. Adding and removing items at any array location.
Reusing built-in array functions. Maps 9. Don't use objects as maps.
Sets 9. Creating our first Set. Wrangling regular expressions Why regular expressions rock. A regular expression refresher Regular expressions explained.
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Compiling regular expressions. Capturing matching segments Performing simple captures. Guarding access to objects C.
Chapter 9. Dealing with collections C. Chapter Wrangling regular expressions C. Code modularization techniques C. Working the DOM C. Surviving events C.
The exercises are added to this new edition, but they serves mainly as questions to summarize what we learned rather than real exercises that takes lots of effort to finish.
Of course being a good programmer doesn't make you a good writer, but I was eager to take the risk. So, the book is good, maybe even very good.
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