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Overview

This book is for programmers looking to bring their JavaScript skills to the cutting edge, and for any programmer looking for a comprehensive compendium of tips and an up-to-date JavaScript reference. It will also be of use to experienced programmers looking to learn JavaScript or leverage its power for a specific purpose.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781861002709
  • Publisher: Wrox Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 7/1/1999
  • Series: Professional Series
  • Pages: 1192
  • Product dimensions: 7.22 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 2.01 (d)

Meet the Author


Nigel McFarlane is a senior software engineer at TUSC Computer Systems Pty Ltd, based in Melbourne, Australia, where he helps develop telecommunications software. Previously, he worked for a major database vendor. He seems to spend most of his professional life trying to work out what it all means, so if you have any ideas please speak up or alternatively come to the pub afterwards.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Language basics
Chapter 2: Functions and Objects
Chapter 3: Advanced Language Features
Chapter 4: Basic Browser JavaScript
Chapter 5: Windows and Frames
Chapter 6: Multimedia and Plugins
Chapter 7: Forms and Data
Chapter 8: Dynamic HTML
Chapter 9: Browser JavaScript From the Outside In
Chapter 10: Creating a JavaScript Family Photo Album
Chapter 11: Using JavaScript on Netscape Enterprise Server
Chapter 12: CGI and ScriptEase Web Server Edition
Chapter 13: Microsoft ASP and JScript
Chapter 14: Building a Web E-commerce Shop Front
Chapter 15: Applets and Java
Chapter 16: Java and JavaScript Beyond the Browser
Chapter 17: Debugging and Disappearing Data
Chapter 18: Privacy, Security and Cookies
Chapter 19: Rapid Application Development Components and Tools
Chapter 20: Windows and Windows Script Host
Chapter 21: High-End Scripting with ScriptEase DeskTop
Chapter 22: Embedded JavaScript

Appendices:
A: JavaScript Core Language Reference
B: Client-Side JavaScript Reference
C: Server-side JavaScript Reference
D: HTML Reference
E: IE Browser Object Model
F: Netscape Object Model
G: ASP Object Model
H: ScriptEase Objects
J: JavaScript Beans
K: HTTP and CGI
L: Bibliography
M: Support and Errata

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2001

    Good instructional and reference guide

    This is a great book. I skimmed through the chapters getting an idea of what JavaScript offers, then I used it as a reference on syntax and style. It helped out a whole lot and sure beats trying to find choppy examples on the web.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2000

    Packed with info all the way!

    I generally like the Wrox books and am happy to say that this book is just as good. With great code examples to great reference appendices, this book is guaranteed not to collect dust on a bookshelf. If you're a fast learner and want more content per page, grab this book when you get the chance!

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