JavaScript 1.5 by Example

JavaScript 1.5 by Example

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Overview

JavaScript 1.5 by Example starts with a taste of JavaScript – what it is, what it¿s for, and what readers need to get started. The book then explains how to add JavaScript to existing HTML pages, leading readers into the fundamentals of the language including JavaScript syntax, notation and conventions, communicating with users via input and output, manipulating variables and data, logic statements in JavaScript, and object programming with JavaScript. The book progresses to an explanation of JavaScript¿s role in Dynamic HTML, and how that power can be exploited to create animation, navigation, forms processing and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780789724991
Publisher: Que
Publication date: 02/02/2001
Series: By Example Series
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 7.20(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes and Kathie Kingsley-Hughes have been using and abusing JavaScript ever since Netscape Navigator 2.0 and Internet Explorer 3.0. They are writers, trainers and speakers in the fields of Internet Development and Microsoft Office integration. In addition, Adrian is technical director of two UK-based companies; Kathie is Managing Director of a UK development company and partner in a UK-based design firm. They previously contributed to Wrox Press's VBScript Programmer's Reference and XML Applications and have written training manuals for online teaching at ZDU and SmartPlanet.com, in topics such as VBScript and cascading style sheets.

Table of Contents

Introduction.

I. WELCOME TO JAVASCRIPT.

1. Getting into JavaScript!

2. Combining JavaScript and HTML.

II. LANGUAGE TOUR.

3. JavaScript in Action.

4. Handling Data with Variables.

5. Expressions, Conditions, Operators, and More Strings and Numbers.

6. Using Statements in JavaScript.

7. Write Better JavaScript Scripts by Using Functions and Evnts.

8. Getting the Most Out of Objects.

9. Bugs—How to Find Them and Kill Them.

III. WHERE DOES JAVASCIPT GO?

10. Going Beyond the Box (or Should That Be Head?).

IV. JAVASCIPT AND DYNAMIC HTML.

11. Dynamic HTML and JavaScript.

12. Cascading Style Sheets and JavaScript!

13. JavaScript and the Document Object Model.

14. Examples, Examples, Examples!

Index.

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