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Configuring Your Environment
A Bit of Housekeeping
A Quick Look at Functions
Chapter 4 Working with Variables and Data
Defining and Using Variables
Chapter 5 Using Operators and Expressions
Meet the Operators
Chapter 6 Controlling Flow with Conditionals and Loops
Steve Suehring is a technology architect who’s written about programming, security, network and system administration, operating systems, and other topics for several industry publications. He speaks at conferences and user groups and has served as an editor for a popular technology magazine.
This book is a perfect learning source for beginners wanting to learn Java Script basics. It includes a short history of this widely used and popular language and then quickly goes into explaining what it can and cannot do.
The author Steve Suehring, instructs clear, fairly easy to understand step by step that include plenty of visuals on how to configure your computer and then using Visual Studio, Eclipse and text editors in order to create a Java Script application.
A companion CD includes all the exercises that are given at the end of each chapter. Each chapter that follows, progresses deeper into working with all the Java Script elements and finally incorporating design using CSS, HTML and adding interactivity using XML and Ajax.
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