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Guide to JavaScript / Edition 1
     

Guide to JavaScript / Edition 1

by William Stanek
 

ISBN-10: 0131487221

ISBN-13: 9780131487222

Pub. Date: 03/17/2005

Publisher: Prentice Hall

A book about the most widely-used power tool on the World Wide Web, Guide to JavaScript is an excellent resource that teaches how to implement image rollovers and customize pages for users or browsers among hundreds of other tasks. With its focus

Overview

A book about the most widely-used power tool on the World Wide Web, Guide to JavaScript is an excellent resource that teaches how to implement image rollovers and customize pages for users or browsers among hundreds of other tasks. With its focus on the limitations and capabilities of JavaScript, readers will know after using this resource whether and when JavaScript is the right tool for the right job, as well as when real-world solutions are necessary to achieve the desired results. Topics include basic programming capabilities, controlling script execution, functions and their use, working with strings and manipulating textual input, regular expressions, pattern matching, and using, pre-caching, and swapping images with JavaScript. An excellent resource for web designers, web developers, internet developers, internet programmers, and web programmers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780131487222
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
03/17/2005
Series:
Web Guru Ser.
Pages:
512
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

   1. Introducing JavaScript.

 

   2. Adding Client-Side Scripts to Web Pages.

 

   3. Using Variables, Data Types, Expressions, and Operators.

 

   4. Controlling the Flow within Scripts.

 

   5. Working with Functions.

 

   6. Getting Started with Objects and Arrays.

 

   7. Manipulating Strings.

 

   8. Exploring Expressions in Arithmetic and Pattern Matching.

 

   9. Using, Pre-Caching, and Swapping Images.

 

 10. Introducing Events and Event Handlers.

 

 11. Working with Windows and Dialog Boxes.

 

 12. Examining Documents.

 

 13. Scripting Embedded Objects.

 

 14. Working with the Browser History List and Locations.

 

 15. Accessing Browser and Operating System Version Information.

 

 16. Creating Client-Side Cookies.

 

 17. Scripting HTML Forms.

 

Appendix A. Core JavaScript Quick Reference.

 

Appendix B. Browser Document Object Model Quick Reference.

 

Glossary.

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