JavaScript and Open Data

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Book Description

A browser, an Internet connection, and some time to spend taming the language are all that is needed to reach out into the vast reservoir of data on the Web.

JavaScript and Open Data invites the reader on a tour of JavaScript with a focus on accessing and presenting data. The book details the features introduced by JavaScript standards since 2015. The first two parts, “Core JavaScript” and “Client-Side JavaScript”, review these features whilst the part on “Applications” introduces some of the basic skills of a “data scientist”.

Based upon ES6 and ES7, the latest standards, this JavaScript will help the reader to explore, without any additional tools, the digital universe of the Web in the era of Big Data: a domain which anyone should be able to visit in their own way without hidden intermediaries.
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Table of Contents

Part 1. Core JavaScript
Chapter 1. Variables: Declaration, Definition and Type
Chapter 2. Controls: Booleans, Branch and Loops
Chapter 3. Data: Numbers and Strings
Chapter 4. Objects and Prototypes
Chapter 5. Arrays
Chapter 6. Functions
Chapter 7. From Signs to

Part 2. Client-Side JavaScript
Chapter 8. JavaScript in the Web Page
Chapter 9. Graphic and Tools
Chapter 10. (Asynchrony)

Part 3. Applications
Chapter 11. Chronological Data
Chapter 12. Relational Data
Chapter 13. Cartographic Data
Chapter 14. Data Served by JSONP

Book Details

  • Title: JavaScript and Open Data
  • Author:
  • Length: 272 pages
  • Edition: 1
  • Language: English
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  • Publication Date: 2018-07-18
  • ISBN-10: 1786302047
  • ISBN-13: 9781786302045
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