With the book being so eye pleasing, you forget that you are reading a technical piece of writing. I can't explain how nice it is to not feel like you are reading a boring textbook. The code examples and comments on them make it so easy to follow that I often didn't even have to refer to it on my computer to understand how it worked. The way the code examples tie together a combination of what you learned throughout the chapter make it really easy to not only learn, but to get a better understanding of how the different parts of the code work together. Great job, Jon Duckett!
What I've Learned
This took me a while to make because I kept messing up the syntax. It's especially frustrating when something like a missing semi-colon or an out of place curly bracket doesn't allow your script to run properly even though you are so close.
Now that I have a better idea of what lies ahead I can say with at least some certainty that it will be easier than I thought, but a little more frustrating than I imaged. Either way, it will definitely get interesting in the next couple of weeks.
About the Author:
Nick Santini is a web developer and college student from Louisville, KY. Aside from his work as a web developer, he is also the man behind SANTINI.IO, a blog dedicated to technology, web design/development, self improvement, and more.