Closure: The Definitive Guide (英語) ペーパーバック – 2010/9/15
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- Discover several ways to use the Compiler as part of your build process
- Learn about type expressions, primitives, and common utilities
- Understand how Closure emulates classes and class-based inheritance
Michael Bolin is a former Google engineer who spent his four years there working on Google Calendar, Google Tasks, and the Closure Compiler. As a frontend developer, he used the Closure Tools suite on a daily basis and made a number of contributions to it. His last project at Google was to open-source the Closure Compiler. He is a blogger, often writing about web development, and graduated with both Computer Science and Mathematics degrees from MIT.
This book goes far beyond what I have found on the Web, so if you're going to work with the Closure compiler, this is an essential reference.
Of course, Closure is more than just the compiler, so you'll learn how to use Soy / Closure Templates, as well as many other supporting tools. At this time, the only large omission is Closure Stylesheets - likely released after the publication. If you're curious about Closure, or joining a project, which is using it currently, then this is your shortest path from zero to mastery.
Over all it is a great book and a must for anyone who wants to take up Closure.