Mastering JavaScript and JScript

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Make Your Web Site Dynamic

But how? Mastering JavaScript and JScript teaches you everything you need to know about these popular scripting languages to transform any Web site into a dynamic, interactive, practical application. For those without programming knowledge, it starts at the beginning: you'll learn basic concepts and skills and quickly go on to tackle the tasks you want to accomplish. For experienced programmers, it offers plenty of advanced instruction. Jaworski, a ...

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Overview

Make Your Web Site Dynamic

But how? Mastering JavaScript and JScript teaches you everything you need to know about these popular scripting languages to transform any Web site into a dynamic, interactive, practical application. For those without programming knowledge, it starts at the beginning: you'll learn basic concepts and skills and quickly go on to tackle the tasks you want to accomplish. For experienced programmers, it offers plenty of advanced instruction. Jaworski, a scripting expert, shares insights and techniques that will see you through the most challenging projects.

Coverage includes:
* Writing client-side JavaScript and JScript
* Ensuring that your scripts work with IE and Navigator
* Writing server-side JavaScript
* Writing LiveWire applications
* Integrating JScript with Active Server Pages
* Using JavaScript to connect to databases
* Using JavaScript with Java applets
* Using JScript with ActiveX
* Using Windows Scripting Host
* Handling events
* Working with objects
* Communicating with plug-ins
* Processing forms
* Using hidden fields and cookies
* Creating Web page widgets
* Developing search tools
* Programming games
* Interfacing with CGI programs
* Working with style sheets and DHTML
* Securing your scripts

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When you want your web pages to do something, not just sit there, nothing beats JavaScript. Mastering JavaScript and JScript is a thorough, hands-on guide to the Web's workhorse technology. It's written by Jamie Jaworski, the JavaScript columnist for C

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782124927
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/1999
  • Series: Mastering Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 895
  • Product dimensions: 7.53 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 2.37 (d)

Meet the Author

James Jaworski has written five books on Java and JavaScript, including Java 2 Unleashed and The Java Developer's Guide. He also writes the SuperScripter column for CNET's popular Web site for Webmasters, Builder.com.
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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part I: Getting Started with JavaScript and JScript.

Chapter 1: Learning the Fundamentals.

Chapter 2:Introducing JavaScript and JScript.

Chapter 3: Using Operators, Statements, and Functions.

Chapter 4: Handling Events.

Chapter 5: Working with Objects.

Part II: Using Predefined Objects and Methods.

Chapter 6: Creating Frames and Windows.

Chapter 7: Processing Forms.

Chapter 8: Using Hidden Fields and Cookies.

Chapter 9: Working with Links.

Chapter 10: Using Images.

Chapter 11: Doing Math.

Part III: Building Sample Applications.

Chapter 12: Accessorizing Your Pages.

Chapter 13: Online Catalogs.

Chapter 14: Developing Search Tools.

Part IV: Communicating with Java, ActiveX, and Plug-Ins.

Chapter 15: Communicating with Java Applets.

Chapter 16: Scripting ActiveX Components.

Chapter 17: How Plug-Ins Work.

Part V: Programming Servers.

Chapter 18: Using Style Sheets and DHTML.

Chapter 19: Creating Multimedia Applications.

Part VI: Programming Servers.

Chapter 20: Interfacing JavaScript with CGI Programs.

Chapter 21: Scripting Netscape Servers.

Chapter 22: Scripting Microsoft Servers.

Chapter 23: Securing Your Scripts.

Index.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2000

    Best JavaScript book for current Perl users

    This book is simple enough that anyone who knows HTML will be able to use the scripts. It goes very in-depth into some areas that have been traditionally handled by Perl scripts like online catalogs, and therefore makes a good transitional book for CGI programmers. It could use a bit more variety (doesn't go too deep into the little bells and whistles that JavaScript is famous for) but it covers all the basic ground well and is a perfect introductory book.

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