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I currently read "Beginning JavaScript"... at the back there are couple of recomendations about what to continue with once the reader is done with the "Beggining..." I find "Professional JavaScript" interesting title to continue with, but it was printed 1999... that seems like a long time ago, however, do you expirienced JavaScript programmers think that nevertheless it is ok to go on with "Professional..." even if it seems outdated?
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I wouldn't, JavaScript has changed quite a bit since 1999, best to go with something more up-to-date. Personally, I like Danny Goodman's JavaScript Bible and his O'Reilly book: Dynamic HTML, the definitive reference which is a very thourough JS, CSS and HTML reference.

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