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Building Front-End Web Apps with Plain JavaScript

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Building Front-End Web Apps with Plain JavaScript
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Publisher: Web-Engineering.info
Number of pages: 262

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This book shows how to build front-end web applications with plain JavaScript, not using any (third-party) framework or library. A front-end web application can be provided by any web server, but it is executed on the user's computer device (smartphone, tablet or notebook), and not on the remote web server. Typically, but not necessarily, a front-end web application is a single-user application, which is not shared with other users.

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