Books: 2

Underscore.js

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Functional Programming with JavaScript Using EcmaScript 6
Learn functional programming concepts using JavaScript ES6. You will learn concepts such as currying, partial functions, higher-order functions, and monads. Programming languages have evolved from focusing on procedures to objects and now on function. JavaScriptsupports functional programming and more » allows developers to write well-crafted code. What You Will Learn: * Master functional programming concepts * Identify how functions are treated in JavaScript * Understand real-world functional libraries and create a functional library that mimics underscore.js * Perform pure-error handling techniques such as functors and monads * Discover ES6 functional features such as spread operators and generators Who This Book Is For: JavaScript developers (or beginners) who want to understand functional programming concepts and the functional nature of the language. « less
2017
You've got data to communicate. But what kind of visualization do you choose, how do you build it, and how do you ensure that it's up to the demands of the Web? In Data Visualization with JavaScript, you'll learn how to use JavaScript, HTML, and CSS to build the most practical visualizations for your more » data. Step-by-step examples walk you through creating, integrating, and debugging different types of visualizations and will have you building basic visualizations, like bar, line, and scatter graphs, in no time. Then you'll move on to more advanced topics, including how to: * Create tree maps, heat maps, network graphs, word clouds, and timelines * Map geographic data, and build sparklines and composite charts * Add interactivity and retrieve data with AJAX * Manage data in the browser and build data-driven web applications * Harness the power of the Flotr2, Flot, Chronoline.js, D3.js, Underscore.js, and Backbone.js libraries If you already know your way around building a web page but aren't quite sure how to build a good visualization, Data Visualization with JavaScript will help you get your feet wet without throwing you into the deep end. Before you know it, you'll be well on your way to creating simple, powerful data visualizations. « less
2015