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Your hands-on guide to JavaScript fundamentals


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Overview


Your hands-on guide to JavaScript fundamentals


Expand your expertise—and teach yourself the fundamentals of JavaScript. If you have previous programming experience but are new to JavaScript, this tutorial delivers the step-by-step guidance and coding exercises you need to master core topics and techniques.


Discover how to:

  • Work with JavaScript syntax, variables, and data types
  • Master techniques for building cross-browser programs
  • Speed up and simplify app development with jQuery
  • Quickly retrieve data from a server using AJAX requests
  • Adapt your app for mobile devices with jQuery Mobile
  • Build Windows 8 apps using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735667310
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 6/29/2013
  • Series: Step by Step Developer
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 482
  • Sales rank: 878,390
  • File size: 8 MB

Meet the Author

Steve Suehring is a technology architect who’s written about programming, security, network and system administration, operating systems, and other topics for several industry publications. He is also the author of Start Here!™ Learn JavaScript, which is designed for those with no previous programming experience.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments;
Introducing JavaScript Step by Step;
Features and Conventions of This Book;
Using the Book's CD;
Getting Help;
Part I: JavaWhat? The Where, Why, and How of JavaScript;
Chapter 1: JavaScript Is More Than You Might Think;
1.1 A Brief History of JavaScript;
1.2 What's in a JavaScript Program?;
1.3 Placing JavaScript on Your Web Page;
1.4 What JavaScript Can Do;
1.5 What JavaScript Can't Do;
1.6 Tips for Using JavaScript;
1.7 Exercises;
Chapter 2: Developing in JavaScript;
2.1 JavaScript Development Options;
2.2 Configuring Your Environment;
2.3 Writing in JavaScript with Visual Studio 2005;
2.4 Writing JavaScript with Eclipse;
2.5 Writing JavaScript Without an IDE;
2.6 Debugging JavaScript;
2.7 Exercises;
Chapter 3: JavaScript Syntax and Statements;
3.1 A Bit of Housekeeping;
3.2 JavaScript Statements;
3.3 Reserved Words in JavaScript;
3.4 A Quick Look at Functions;
3.5 Exercises;
Chapter 4: Working with Variables and Data;
4.1 Data Types in JavaScript;
4.2 Defining and Using Variables;
4.3 Type Conversions;
4.4 Exercises;
Chapter 5: Using Operators and Expressions;
5.1 Meet the Operators;
5.2 Additive Operators;
5.3 Multiplicative Operators;
5.4 Bitwise Operators;
5.5 Equality Operators;
5.6 Relational Operators;
5.7 Unary Operators;
5.8 Assignment Operators;
5.9 Exercises;
Part II: Applying JavaScript;
Chapter 6: Controlling Flow with Conditionals and Loops;
6.1 If (and how);
6.2 Else if and else Statements;
6.3 Multiple Levels of Conditionals;
6.4 Ternary Conditionals;
6.5 Switch;
6.6 Looping with while;
6.7 Using for Loops;
6.8 Validating Forms with Conditionals;
6.9 Exercises;
Chapter 7: Working with Functions;
7.1 What's in a Function?;
7.2 Methods;
7.3 A Look at Dialog Functions;
7.4 Exercises;
Chapter 8: Objects in JavaScript;
8.1 Object-Oriented Development;
8.2 Creating Objects;
8.3 More About Arrays;
8.4 Built-in Objects;
8.5 Exercises;
Chapter 9: The Browser Object Model;
9.1 Introducing the Browser;
9.2 A Sense of Self;
9.3 Getting Information About the Screen;
9.4 Using the navigator Object;
9.5 The location Object;
9.6 The history Object;
9.7 Exercises;
Chapter 10: The Document Object Model;
10.1 The Document Object Model Defined;
10.2 Retrieving Elements;
10.3 Working with Attributes;
10.4 Creating Elements;
10.5 Deleting Elements;
10.6 Exercises;
Part III: Integrating JavaScript into Design;
Chapter 11: Using JavaScript with Web Forms;
11.1 JavaScript and Web Forms;
11.2 Obtaining Form Data;
11.3 Working with Form Information;
11.4 Prevalidating Form Data;
11.5 Exercises;
Chapter 12: Creating and Consuming Cookies;
12.1 A Look at Cookies;
12.2 Creating Cookies with JavaScript;
12.3 Reading Cookies with JavaScript;
12.4 Removing Cookies;
12.5 Exercises;
Chapter 13: Working with Images in JavaScript;
13.1 Working with Image Rollovers;
13.2 Preloading Images;
13.3 Working with Slideshows;
13.4 Working with Image Maps;
13.5 Exercises;
Chapter 14: Browsers and JavaScript;
14.1 Understanding Window Events;
14.2 Detecting Things About the Visitor;
14.3 Opening, Closing, and Resizing Windows;
14.4 Timers;
14.5 Exercises;
Chapter 15: JavaScript and CSS;
15.1 What Is CSS?;
15.2 The Relationship Between JavaScript and CSS;
15.3 Exercises;
Chapter 16: JavaScript Error Handling;
16.1 An Overview of Error Handling;
16.2 Using try/catch;
16.3 Using the onerror Event;
16.4 Exercises;
Part IV: AJAX and Beyond;
Chapter 17: JavaScript and XML;
17.1 Using XML with JavaScript;
17.2 A Preview of Things to Come;
17.3 Exercises;
Chapter 18: A Touch of AJAX;
18.1 Introduction to AJAX;
18.2 The XMLHttpRequest Object;
18.3 Case Study: Live Searching and Updating;
18.4 Exercises;
Chapter 19: A Bit Deeper into AJAX;
19.1 Creating an HTML Table with XML and CSS;
19.2 Styling the Table with CSS;
19.3 Creating a Dynamic Drop-down Box;
19.4 Accepting Input from the User and AJAX;
19.5 Exercises;
Answer Key to Exercises;
Chapter 1;
Chapter 2;
Chapter 3;
Chapter 4;
Chapter 5;
Chapter 6;
Chapter 7;
Chapter 8;
Chapter 9;
Chapter 10;
Chapter 11;
Chapter 12;
Chapter 13;
Chapter 14;
Chapter 15;
Chapter 16;
Chapter 17;
Chapter 18;
Chapter 19;
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2008

    I Loved this book

    This book has opened a door for me to a new path of web development. It was well written, and taught me a lot of new techniques. Although I must warn people who are considering buying this book, you may need a small amount of experiance with HTML, XML, and a little of AJAX. But otherwise the book was great.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2011

    Good intro book

    I'm half done with this book. This is not a step by step book. So far I find it useful. As the author says, this book is structured in an uncommon way. I hope the second half continues well and builds on the first half, I must script soon.

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