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JavaScript Regular Expressions

By : Gabriel Manricks, Loiane Groner, Loiane Groner [Duplicate entry]
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JavaScript Regular Expressions

By: Gabriel Manricks, Loiane Groner, Loiane Groner [Duplicate entry]

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (13 chapters)

About the Reviewers

Andrea Barisone works for a leading Italian IT company and has over 14 years of experience in information technology, working on corporate projects as a developer using different technologies.

He also has strong experience in ECM systems, and he has several J2EE certifications. He has a great ability in acquiring knowledge of new technologies and exploiting this knowledge by working with different environments and technologies.

Andrea has reviewed the following books:

  • Agile Web Development with Rails 4, Pragmatic Bookshelf

  • BPEL and Java Cookbook, Packt Publishing

  • Learning Three.js: The JavaScript 3D Library for WebGL, Packt Publishing

  • WebGL HotShots, Packt Publishing

  • Automate with Grunt: The Build Tool for JavaScript, Pragmatic Bookshelf

  • Andrea has also reviewed the video Building Applications with Ext JS, Packt Publishing

Florian Bruniaux is a web development project manager at E-motors, France. He is passionate about new technologies, particularly about process optimization, database conception, and software development.

He has worked for various companies, such as Aylan, a French start-up; Oxylane; and EDF, where he worked on IT projects. This included working on server monitoring systems, cross-browser applications, multidevice app conceptions, and software development.

Robert K Casto was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, where he graduated from the Ohio State University with a computer science degree in 1995. He has worked for companies, such as Concentus, Nationwide Financial Services,, Cornerstone Brands, PCMS, OXXO, Walgreens, Best Buy, and TuneWiki. He now lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he started SellersToolbox in 2011 to help companies sell their products on He has spoken at SCOE (Sellers Conference for Online Entrepreneurs), and he volunteers for the Strange Loop conference in St Louis and the Boy Scouts with his son. He has reviewed a number of books and enjoys learning about software technologies, especially those that help automate or simplify processes.

Julio Freitas graduated in computer science, specializing in information systems and technology; he's been a developer of web applications since 2000. He worked as a developer and Unix systems administrator in projects related to grid computing using Java and PHP. He's also worked at the Center for Weather Forecasting and the Climate Studies/National Institute for Space Research (CPTEC/INPE), Brazil, for 5 years. He currently resides in England, where he started off working at a web systems company. Now, he's involved in creating his own start-up and is acting as a full-stack web developer in projects focused on API development and security and building applications for mobile devices using the MEAN stack and Ionic.

Juri Strumpflohner is a passionate developer who loves to code, follow the latest trends on web development, and share his findings with others. He has been working as a coding architect for an e-government company, where he is responsible for coaching developers, innovating, and making sure that software requirements meet the desired quality standards.

When he's not coding, Juri is either training or teaching Yoseikan Budo, a martial art form, where he currently owns a 2nd DAN black belt. Follow him on Twitter, where his handle is @juristr, or visit his blog at to catch up with him.