Dojo - The definitve guide
by Nikolai Onken

Dojo: The Definitive Guide really is. As a reference, you can’t beat Matthew Russell’s tome. This book is chock full of insightful commentary, explanatory diagrams, and a thorough overview of Dijit’s inheritance chain. Well written and in depth, this book is a must-have for all users of Dojo 1.x . Though no coverage of DojoX is given, the author outlines some of the more stable highlights, giving you just enough to “know it’s there” and where to go looking. He covers all the ins-and-outs of Dojo Base, Core, and Dijit, providing markup-based and programmatic instantiation examples throughout.

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