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JavaScript is the language of the Web. It has an intuitive, accessible nature and is available with most modern browsers. JavaScript is used for making dynamic, interactive web pages - from form validation to creating games to dynamic menus - but its uses also go much further. Hardly a single commercial web page exists today that does not contain some JavaScript. This second edition of Professional JavaScript provides comprehensive coverage of the JavaScript language, its syntax and uses. We look at the latest ...
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Overview

JavaScript is the language of the Web. It has an intuitive, accessible nature and is available with most modern browsers. JavaScript is used for making dynamic, interactive web pages - from form validation to creating games to dynamic menus - but its uses also go much further. Hardly a single commercial web page exists today that does not contain some JavaScript. This second edition of Professional JavaScript provides comprehensive coverage of the JavaScript language, its syntax and uses. We look at the latest web browsers and web standards, and move on to examine practical techniques in the form of short examples and more in-depth and complex case studies. This book will focus entirely on the use of JavaScript within the web browser, since this is predominantly where it is used.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781861005533
  • Publisher: Wrox Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/1/2001
  • Series: Professional Ser.
  • Edition description: 2ND
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 1200
  • Product dimensions: 7.70 (w) x 8.52 (h) x 2.26 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Section 1 JavaScript for the Web 9
Chapter 1 JavaScript, Browsers, and the Web 11
Chapter 2 Core JavaScript 29
Chapter 3 OO Techniques and JavaScript 69
Chapter 4 Windows and Frames 107
Chapter 5 Forms and Data 147
Chapter 6 Multimedia and Plug-Ins 183
Section 2 Towards Standardization 221
Chapter 7 XML and XHTML 223
Chapter 8 Cascading Style Sheets and JavaScript 251
Chapter 9 The Document Object Model 307
Chapter 10 Dynamic HTML 375
Section 3 Development Strategies 411
Chapter 11 Establishing Your Toolset 413
Chapter 12 Good Coding Practice 441
Chapter 13 Error Handling, Debugging, and Troubleshooting 467
Section 4 Tips, Tricks, and Techniques 509
Chapter 14 Privacy, Security, and Cookies 511
Chapter 15 Regular Expressions 541
Chapter 16 Form Validation 577
Chapter 17 Making Pages Dynamic 621
Chapter 18 Internet Explorer Filters 677
Chapter 19 Extension of Core and Browser Objects 707
Section 5 Case Studies 741
Chapter 20 BBC News Online Audio-Video Console 743
Chapter 21 The BBC News Online Ticker 781
Appendix A Functions, Statements, and Operators 947
Delimiters 947
Operators 948
Language Constructs 955
Built-in JavaScript Functions 959
Reserved Words 960
Appendix B Objects, Methods, and Properties 963
Implementation Specific Objects - Microsoft 986
Implementation Specific Objects - Netscape 988
Appendix C Data Types and Type Conversion 993
Appendix D Event Handlers 999
Compendium of Event Types 999
Event Object 1006
DOM Event Target Object Extensions 1018
DOM Extension to the Document Object 1019
DOM Level 3 Key Event Additions 1019
Appendix E CSS Reference 1023
Objects 1023
Measurement Units 1040
Appendix F DOM Reference 1043
DOM Node Types 1043
DOM Document Node 1047
DOM Element Node 1048
DOM Attribute Node 1049
DOM Character Data Node 1050
DOM Text Nodes 1051
DOM Comment Nodes 1051
DOM CDATA Section Nodes 1051
Index 1053
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2002

    A Real "How To" Book

    Generally very good, with great examples and case studies, but a couple of the important chapters were poor...the one on JavaScript objects, and the one on DOM. Lots of good info on cross browser issues. Buy O'Reilly (pub) JavaScript Definitive Guide to go with it.

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