Pub. Date: 07/28/1997
Inside, find helpful advice on how to
- Test and debug your scripts with ease
Table of Contents
Part I: Building Killer Web Pages for Fun and Profit.
Chapter 3: Low-Budget HTML Primer.
Chapter 4: Object-Oriented Concepts.
Chapter 6: Hunting and Gathering (And Validating) User Input.
Chapter 7: Getting a Handle on Events.
Chapter 8: Take Control!
Chapter 9: Hey! Can I Get Some Service Around Here?
Chapter 10: Fun with Objects.
Chapter 11: For Sale by Owner: Object Properties.
Chapter 12: There's a Method to This Madness.
Chapter 13: Fully Functioning.
Chapter 14: How Do You Handle a Hungry Event? Event Handlers!
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 19: Ten (Or So) Tips for Debugging Your Scripts.
Appendix C: About the CD.
End-User License Agreement.
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I gave this book a fair chance (about 40 hrs) and gave up. This book uses keywords in its examples that are not defined in the book!!!!. Its pretty hard to program something when you have to guess keywords.
This was very much so a waist of money. I read the book and never figured out what was going on and how I would do it. This might be a good book if you are experienced, but for a novice, this book is way to confusing.
Contrary to popular belief, this book is very coherent and descriptive in giving the reader what they expect. Why other people have commented negatively on the subject of this book, I do not, and never will, know. Excellent - Highly Reccomended