JavaScript by Example

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Prentice Hall Professional, 2004 - Computers - 730 pages
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Appropriate for every beginning-to-intermediate level course in JavaScript programming; and for any Web design or development course that includes coverage of creating dynamic pages with JavaScript.

Ellie Quigley's JavaScript by Example is singularly well suited for students of all kinds who wish to master JavaScript, including: first-time programmers; Web designers delivering dynamic content; experienced scripters moving from languages such as Perl; and system administrators working with browser-based administration tools that utilize JavaScript. Quigley utilizes the same proven approach that have made her books on Unix/Linux shell programming and Perl scripting favorites amongst students worldwide. She has carefully created a technically strong learning path interlaced with hundreds of small examples that demonstrate JavaScripts wide range of practical applications. This book strikes a perfect balance: serious, yet exceptionally accessible. One step at a time, it guides JavaScript beginners through every essential JavaScript concept and programming technique, including script setup, data types, variables, dialog boxes, operators, control structures, functions, and JavaScript objects. By the time students reach the end of the book, they will be creating remarkably sophisticated programs based on DOM and CSS.

 

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Contents

Script Setup
15
Exercises
45
Operators
55
Under Certain Conditions
93
1 1
111
Exercises
126
JavaScript Core Objects
151
Exercises
252
Handling Events
351
Regular Expressions and Pattern Matching
399
Cookies
477
Style Sheets the DOM
495
A JavaScript Web Resources
581
They Hyper Dynamic Duo
605
Index
709
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Ellie Quigley is the author of many best-selling books on Linux shells, UNIX shells, and Perl programming. A leading instructor and trainer, her courses in Perl and UNIX shell programming at the University of California Santa Cruz Extension Program, Sun Microsystems, and numerous corporations and colleges have become legendary throughout Silicon Valley. Quigley's company, Learning Enterprises, Inc., offers on-site training in Unix, Perl, C/C++, Java, and system administration.

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