Javascript CD Cookbook

Javascript CD Cookbook

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by Erica Sadun
     
 

Use JavaScript the easy way and make your web pages come alive with this hybrid (Windows/Macintosh) CD. Add excitement to your site with sound, games, a blinking marquee, and "mouseovers" with this completely updated version! Includes over 150 "cut & paste" recipes and templates, saving you hundreds of programming hours. Also provides the programming code and a…  See more details below

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Use JavaScript the easy way and make your web pages come alive with this hybrid (Windows/Macintosh) CD. Add excitement to your site with sound, games, a blinking marquee, and "mouseovers" with this completely updated version! Includes over 150 "cut & paste" recipes and templates, saving you hundreds of programming hours. Also provides the programming code and a complete JavaScript reference.

  • Create excitement and interest on your web site with blinking frames, digital clocks, games, pop-up messages and scriptable DHTML
  • Separate sections on JavaScript Data Structures, formulas, histograms, status bar "tricks" and strings including discussions of the object model, creating and using arrays, pointers, and trees.

About the Authors:

J. Brook Monroe (DeLand, FL) is a skilled game programmer and frequent contributor to periodicals featuring web and programming techiniques.

Erica Sadun (Denver, CO) runs a consulting service called Web Doctor that helps designers improve the usability of their sites.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781886801356
Publisher:
Cengage Delmar Learning
Publication date:
06/01/1996
Product dimensions:
7.61(w) x 9.92(h) x 1.26(d)

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Javascript CD Cookbook 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is worthless. The minimum information that it gives you can be found easily on the netscape documentation or the first search you run on internet. I never write comments. But this is a Have to!