You could ask “forum search” they are some threads on the subject
I checked it but they recommend es5 books. I need es6 book @Groucha
But I’m doubt it is “beg friendly”
But, I had the same question about THE book, I dig a lot, find plenty of absolutely wonderful books where I understand…not so much (yet) and I saw that there are other people who share same questions (and a kind of same non-really-answer-continue-to-move)
But well, at the end, I don’t know what are your purposes and what you want to do with that stuff so…
What does “same non-really-answer-continue-to-move)” mean? @Groucha
It means that no clear answer at the question of THE beg book so continue to search
Note / And it was some not same haha
Thanks for the ref (btw) !
Do what you feel is good for you
I give you my salt, Laslorg and Snigo too so…
You asked 4 times the same question, I don’t know maybe someone else could help…
Note/ Is there a trap or something ?
I think one of the problems you’re having with finding the right book is you are asking too much from one book. It sounds like you have very little (if any) experience with a programming language and thus you need something for an absolute novice. These books are out there but don’t expect them to include everything to make you an expert as well. I think you are going to need to buy at least two books. The first is the one you are looking for now (for a complete novice) and then once you are comfortable with that you can get a second book that covers more advanced topics.
So that’s my recommendation, stop trying to find the perfect book and just bite the bullet on an introductory book, learn as much as you can from it, and then buy a more encompassing book when you are ready for more.