DOM scripting book

A few people (Richard for one) have been asking about DOM scripting resources; specifically, whether there are any decent books out there which cover modern JavaScript and the DOM in detail (rather than JS-as-she-was, with image rollover scripts and onclick handlers in the code and other obtrusive DHTML techniques, which we don’t like). Well, there certainly will be one before Christmas this year, because I’m writing it. Due for publication around November time. I’m not quite sure how much I’m allowed to say about it, but I think it’s pretty good so far (I’m about halfway through it). Of course, I would say that, so all I can do is invite you to buy a copy for yourselves when published and make your own judgement. If enough of you do this then I will happily do a weblog entry from Barbados saying thanks, I promise.

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