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The latest in JavaScript and cross-platform tools

“Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, JavaScript Adaptation” going public
This classic programming text book is now available in a JavaScript version (the original version uses Scheme, a Lisp dialect).

New book by Axel Rauschmayer: “Deep JavaScript: Theory and techniques”
50% of the book are free to read online. Available for purchase (DRM-free): PDF, HTML, EPUB, and MOBI. Sponsor

Optional chaining helps avoid “undefined is not a function” exceptions

What’s coming to JavaScript in 2020?
An overview of all ECMAScript proposals that made it to stage 4 and will be included in ES2020

JavaScript visualized: the JavaScript engine (V8)

The people behind JavaScript: Daniel Ehrenberg, @sveinpg
Daniel Ehrenberg is a TC39 delegate and a partner at Igalia, a free software consultancy.

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