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Develop a scripting strategy and select the right tools
Master closures, generators, and iterators
Harness the power of the Document Object Model
Launch Web 2.0 applications using Ajax, E4X/XML, and JSON
Perform data entry validation and enhance security
outine libraries, and more!
What's on the CD-ROM?
Also on the CD:
300+ ready-to-run scripts
All the code in the book
System Requirements: See the CD-ROM appendix for details and complete system requirements.
29 bonus chapters
300+ ready-to-run scripts
Make your web site interactive
Create dynamic content for today's browsers
Master Document Object Model concepts
While previous editions of this book focused on the then predominant Netscape Navigator browser, the swing of the browser market share pendulum currently favors Microsoft Internet Explorer. At the same time, Netscape has accomplished the admirable task of reinventing its own browser in light of rapidly advancing industry standards. As a result of both of these trends, this massively revised and expanded fourth edition treats both brands of browsers as equals as far as scripters are concerned. You hear my praise and dismay at various scripting features of both browser families. But empowering you to design and write good scripts is my passion, regardless of browser. Therefore, the book contains details about proprietary and standard implementations to equip you to choose the development path that best fits your content's audience. If you detect any bias of mine throughout this book, it is a desire, where possible, to write scripts that work on as many browsers as possible.
Chapter 2: Developing a Scripting Strategy.
Chapter 3: Selecting and Using Your Tools.
Chapter 6: Browser and DocumentObjects.
Chapter 7: Scripts and HTML Documents.
Chapter 8: Programming Fundamentals, Part I.
Chapter 9: Programming Fundamentals, Part II.
Chapter 10: Window and Document Objects.
Chapter 11: Forms and Form Elements.
Chapter 12: Strings,Math, and Dates.
Chapter 13: Scripting Frames and Multiple Windows.
Chapter 14: Images and Dynamic HTML.
Chapter 15: The String Object.
Chapter 16: The Math, Number, and Boolean Objects.
Chapter 17: The Date Object.
Chapter 18: The Array Object.
Chapter 20: E4X — Native XML Processing.
Chapter 21: Control Structures and Exception Handling.
Chapter 23: Function Objects and Custom Objects.
Chapter 24: Global Functions and Statements.
Part IV: Document Objects Reference.
Chapter 25: Document Object Model Essentials.
Chapter 26: Generic HTML Element Objects.
Chapter 27: Window and Frame Objects.
Chapter 28: Location and History Objects.
Chapter 29: Document and Body Objects.
Chapter 30: Link and Anchor Objects.
Chapter 31: Image, Area, Map, and Canvas Objects.
Chapter 32: Event Objects.
Part V: Appendixes.
Appendix B: What’s on the CD-ROM.
Bonus Chapters on the CD-ROM.
Posted June 13, 2013
The print version of this book ships with a CD-ROM which includes several chapters not included in the text. In addition, the CD is supposed to have lots of sample scripts and other materials referred to in the book. This is not just a "bonus", it is essential to using this book. Where is the digital equivalent of the CD? Without it, much of this book is worthless.
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