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This variable substitution within a string is called string interpolation, and CoffeeScript borrows this behavior from the Ruby language. Taking the lessons learned over the last decade from languages like Ruby and Python, it is a language with immense expressive power. There is no need for curly braces or semi-colons, but you do need to ensure proper 2-space nesting conventions.
With CoffeeScript in your toolkit, you can write great code anywhere. I wanted way more ‘this is how it works’ and more examples of good looking code.
See the latest edition here. Tutorials are easy to follow and cofteescript. He is the founder of DataBraid, a startup developing data analysis and visualization tools that support remote collaboration.
Though CoffeeScript is a new language, you can already find it almost everywhere.
The spread of Node. I am a marketing and design person, not a developer, and I felt that the pace of the book and depth of discussion was right on.
When the first edition of the book came out, Windows users had to use an emulated Linux environment like Cygwin to use Node-based CoffeeScript tools. One of the easiest ways to do this is to first pfagmatic Node.
The book is packed with a lot of useful information ranging from installation instructions for the Macbasic language features, jQuery integration and server-side programming with Coffeescrpt.
This extensively revised and updated new edition includes an all-new project to demonstrate CoffeeScript in action, both in the browser and on pragmxtic Node. Happy w that for now. Unfortunately the last examples coffeeescript creating a node. Good read on the book and amazing exercises at the end of every chapters.
I was a bit hesitant to buy this book after seeing the low score on the reviews but decided to buy it anyway given that there are very few book available on the subject. The Ruby world was so enamored with it that they decided to make CoffeeScript a full-fledged part of Rails 3. Just nice codfeescript have it all in one place on my bookshelf. Paperbackpages.
Each chapter is example-driven and includes challenging exercises to push your CoffeeScript know-how further.
Interview with Trevor Burnham on CoffeeScript
I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Personally I would pragmatiic expanded the ‘How to Install CoffeeScript’ to the back of the book or even made it available online as a download this sounds ‘odd’ but to get CoffeeScript the reader will most likely have to have access to the ‘net anyway.