There has to be a saner way to write javascript.

At some point, this all became a mess.

Collaboration and maintenance is nearly impossible because only the "JavaScript rock star" who wrote the 3,000 line file understands how anything works.

Adding features sounds frightening because the whole app's a pile of fragility.

Knock one bug off and three more always show up.

What if there was a better way?

What if you could eliminate 3,000 line JavaScript files, nasty state bugs and that nagging feeling of oh-please-don't-touch-it fragility?

What if you could make your team's communication and code collaboration better while shipping higher quality software at an increasing rate?

And what if you could do all this while investing in software skills that aren't tied to the anchor of a here-today-irrelevant-tomorrow framework?


human javascript

Practical patterns for simple but powerful JavaScript apps

And now a word from the author, Henrik Joreteg:

Here's what you'll learn:

You'll discover a better way of thinking about advanced JavaScript application development.

You'll gain a strong foundation for building amazing web app experiences in a logical way.

You'll understand the philosophy behind how to make decisions with your app structure.

No magic frameworks. No monolithic toolkits. You're going to work with proper, real-life JavaScript in a way you'll understand, and with explanations that help you learn how to make great choices as you build your apps.

Here's what's included:

(100 user site license also available during checkout)