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Best Books To Learn Dojo

In this post, we have prepared a curated top list of reading recommendations for beginners and experienced. This hand-picked list of the best Dojo books and tutorials can help fill your brain this August and ensure you’re getting smarter. We have also mentioned the brief introduction of each book based on the relevant Amazon or Reddit descriptions.

Dojo: The Definitive Guide (2008)

Of all the Ajax-specific frameworks that have popped up in recent years, one clearly stands out as the industrial strength solution. Dojo is not just another JavaScript toolkit—it’s the JavaScript toolkit—and Dojo: The Definitive Guide demonstrates how to tame Dojo’s extensive library of utilities so that you can build rich and responsive web applications like never before.
Author(s): Matthew A. Russell

Dojo: Using the Dojo JavaScript Library (2008)

Dojo offers Web developers and designers a powerful JavaScript toolkit for rapidly developing robust Ajax applications. Now, for the first time, there’s a complete, example-rich developer’s guide to Dojo and its growing library of prepackaged widgets. Reviewed and endorsed by the Dojo Foundation, the creators of Dojo, this book brings together all the hands-on guidance and tested code samples you need to succeed.
Author(s): James E. Harmon

The Dojo Toolkit (2008)

The Dojo Toolkit is an open-source JavaScript toolkit for building Web applications so dynamic they jump off the page. Filled with special controls like calendars and menus, and special effects like wipes and fade-ins, Dojo is rapidly gaining popularity and is emerging as the toolkit of choice for Ajax applications. The Dojo Toolkit Visual QuickStart Guide covers the highlights of Dojo in detail and is the easiest way to get up and running quickly with Dojo. 
Author(s): Steven Holzner

Mastering Dojo (2008)

The last couple of years have seen big changes in server-side web programming. Now it’s the client’s turn; Dojo is the toolkit to make it happen and Mastering Dojo shows you how. Dojo is a set of client-side JavaScript tools that help you build better web applications. Dojo blurs the line between local, native applications and browser based applications; the browser becomes the user interface platform. “Modern” browsers provide an incomplete, inconvenient, and incompatible
Author(s): Craig Riecke, Rawld Gill

Concise Guide to Dojo (2008)

Dojo has rapidly become one of the hottest JavaScript based web development frameworks. It provides you with the power and flexibility to create attractive and useful dynamic web applications quickly and easily. In this fast-paced, code-intensive guide, you’ll discover how to quickly start taking advantage of Dojo. The pages are packed with useful information and insightful examples that will help you make your web sites more usable, responsive, and functional.
Author(s): Leslie M. Orchard

Getting StartED with Dojo (2009)

Dojo has been described as the JavaScript toolkit for programmers that’s easy enough for designers to pick up. This book will introduce the foundational concepts of using Dojo to increase efficiency when developing modern websites that utilize Document Object Model (DOM) manipulation, Ajax, animations, effects, and widgets. Dojo basics. Animations and effects. Widgets with Dijit.
Author(s): Kyle Hayes, Peter Higgins

Scratch by Example: Programming for All Ages (2016)

This is a book about learning the Scratch language so that you can use it in teaching and other instructional situations. The book explains the visual nature of the language, showing you how to write programs by dragging and dropping visual blocks representing common compute operations. Scratch is visual language that even young children can master. and makes computer programming as easy as dragging and dropping graphical blocks that represent programming commands, eliminating the traditional stumbling blocks of typing and syntax errors.
Author(s): Eduardo A. Vlieg

Machine Learning in Python: Essential Techniques for Predictive Analysis (2015)

Learn a simpler and more effective way to analyze data and predict outcomes with Python. Machine Learning in Python shows you how to successfully analyze data using only two core machine learning algorithms, and how to apply them using Python. By focusing on two algorithm families that effectively predict outcomes, this book is able to provide full descriptions of the mechanisms at work, and the examples that illustrate the machinery with specific, hackable code.
Author(s): Michael Bowles

Learning Dojo (2008)

Learning Dojo gives in-depth as well as practical explanations of using the Dojo AJAX JavaScript Toolkit to create powerful and dynamic websites. This book is for web developers with JavaScript knowledge, who want to use Dojo for developing dynamic Web 2.0 applications. Readers need basic web-page creation skills, HTML and CSS, and should be comfortable with the syntax of JavaScript. 
Author(s): Peter Svensson

ArcGIS Web Development (2014)

ArcGIS Web Development is an example-rich tutorial designed to teach developers to use the ArcGIS JavaScript API to build custom GIS web applications. Now you can unshackle your GIS application from a workstation! Using the ArcGIS JavaScript API, developers can build mobile and web-based maps and applications driven by ArcGIS data and functionality. Experienced ArcGIS developers will find that the familiar development environment provides a smooth
Author(s): Rene Rubalcava

Pragmatic Guide to JavaScript (Pragmatic Guides) (2010)

Once the province of half-baked implementations and useless scrolling messages, JavaScript is now a powerful, dynamic language with a rich ecosystem of professional-grade development tools, infrastructures, frameworks, and toolkits. Presented in bite-sized two-page tasks, these JavaScript tips help practitioners start quickly and save time-particularly through shrewd use of reusable code libraries. The JavaScript ecosystem can be tough to hack through, even for experienced programmers.
Author(s): Christophe Porteneuve

Practical Dojo Projects (Practical Projects) (2008)

The era of professional JavaScript development has arrived! Gone are the days when writing all the client–side code for your applications by hand yourself was the norm. Gone are the days when scrounging around the Internet to find a snippet of code to do something you need could lead to either decent code or utter garbage that you’d surely regret using later.
Author(s): Frank Zammetti

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Best Books to Learn Dojo

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some Dojo books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Pitch Ninja: Persuasive Pitching and Presenting

Author(s): Mike Moyer
ID: 2393323, Publisher: Lake Shark Ventures, Year: 3 Oct 2014, Size: 587 Kb, Format: epub

Dick Tricks: How to Stop PE with 3 Simple Tricks (Bedroom Black Belt Series Book 1)

Author(s): Dick Dojo
ID: 2328614, Publisher: , Year: 2017, Size: 2 Mb, Format: pdf

Iron Cock: How to Last Longer and Bang Harder (Bedroom Black Belt Series Book 4)

Author(s): Dick Dojo
ID: 2329023, Publisher: , Year: 2017, Size: 2 Mb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not errorless. Some books are truly hot items according to Los Angeles Times, others are composed by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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