Javascript Training Course

Javascript Training Course : A Desktop Seminar

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Stop struggling with dense textbooks: watch, listen, and learn as R. Allen Wyke and Jason D. Gilliam demonstrate the key JavaScript Web development techniques you need to know. Discover how to write JavaScript for client-side, server-side, and DOM/CSS applications - even automating Windows! Listen to line-by-line analyses of JavaScript code examples, and watch videos that demonstrate exactly what the code does. Then get even more details with one-click access to an electronic copy of the 1600-page bestseller Pure JavaScript, Second Edition -- and practice what you've learned using code you can run and adapt. Start with basic syntax, data types, variables, operators, loops, functions, and strings; then master events, exceptions, pattern matching, and debugging. Learn key client-side scripting techniques, including supporting multiple browsers, enhancing forms, and placing and reading cookies. Discover server-side techniques for Microsoft and Netscape environments; use DOM to control layouts and deliver dynamic content; and follow the entire course using the print workbook containing the authors' notes and code listings.show more

Product details

  • Mixed media product | 216 pages
  • 187.5 x 247.4 x 35.6mm | 530.71g
  • Pearson Education Limited
  • Prentice-Hall
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0130356409
  • 9780130356406

About R. Allen Wyke

R. Allen Wyke, VP of R&D at Engage, is author of seven books on Internet programming. He formerly wrote SunWorld's monthly Webmaster column. Jason D. Gilliam is a software developer at ichat, Inc., where he develops Web-based chat and discussion group software using JavaScript and other Web technologies. He is a contributing author of JavaScript Unleashed, Third Edition. Together, the authors have developed sites for many firms, including a leading networking company. They are co-authors of Pure JavaScript.show more

Table of contents

Getting Started. Lecture 1 What Is JavaScript to a Programmer? Lecture 2 Details of the Language. Lecture 3 Programming Techniques. Lecture 4 Client-Side Scripting. Lecture 5 JavaScript on the Server-Side. Lecture 6 DHTML and DOM.show more