JavaScript / Edition 4

JavaScript / Edition 4

by Don Gosselin
ISBN-10:
1423901509
ISBN-13:
2901423901500
Pub. Date:
09/07/2007
Publisher:
Cengage Learning

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JavaScript / Edition 4

JavaScript, Fourth Edition is designed as a guide for beginning programmers to develop Web applications using the JavaScript programming language. It introduces a variety of techniques, focusing on what students need to know to start adding JavaScript to their Web pages. In each chapter, students perform tasks that focus on a particular technique required for building and creating JavaScript programs. The examples and exercises in this book will help students learn the basics of how to use JavaScript with well-formed Web pages, including how to manipulate the browser object model, validate forms, use object-oriented techniques, and learn how to trace and resolve errors in JavaScript programs, to name a few. Advanced topics include how to manage state information, use the Dynamic Object Model (DOM), create Dynamic HTML (DHTML), update Web pages with AJAX, and create server-side scripts.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 2901423901500
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Publication date: 09/07/2007
Edition description: REV
Pages: 636
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to JavaScript Chapter 2: Working with Data Types and Operators Chapter 3: Functions, Events, and Control Structures Chapter 4: Manipulating the Browser Object Model Chapter 5: Validating Form Data with JavaScript Chapter 6: Using Object-oriented JavaScript Chapter 7: Manipulating Data in Strings and Arrays Chapter 8: Debugging and Error Handling Chapter 9: Managing State Information and Security Chapter 10: Introduction to the Document Object Model (DOM) Chapter 11: Creating Dynamic HTML (DHTML) Chapter 12: Updating Web Pages with AJAX

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