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A list of key readings about JavaScript.
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  1. D. Crockford, JavaScript The Good Parts. Yahoo Press; 1 edition (May 2008). This small but definitive (and very popular) book analyzes the language and breaks out the subset of features that programmers can most safely use in their web pages. It also recommends avoiding another subset of features and explains their risks. Finally, the author has provided a popular lint-like validator which people can use to determine whether their use of Javascript meets the recommendations.