Beginning JavaScript
By Paul Wilton
Publisher: Wiley / Wrox
Final Release Date: July 2004
Pages: 1056

"With my book, you'll gain a thorough understanding of theJavaScript language, learning all the key concepts from the groundup. The knowledge you'll gain here will help you to startprogramming exciting and powerful web applications."

JavaScript is the language of the Web. Used for programming allmajor browsers, JavaScript gives you the ability to enhance yourweb site by creating interactive, dynamic and personalized pages.Our focus in this book is on client-side scripting, but JavaScriptis also hugely popular as a scripting language in server-sideenvironments, a subject that we cover in later chapters.

Beginning JavaScript assumes no prior knowledge of programminglanguages, and teaches you all the fundamental concepts that youneed as you progress. After covering the core JavaScript language,you’ll move on to learn about more advanced techniques,including Dynamic HTML, using cookies, debugging techniques, andserver-side scripting with ASP. By the end of this book, you willhave mastered the art of using JavaScript to create dynamic andprofessional-looking web pages.

Who is this book for?

This book is for anyone who wants to learn JavaScript. You willneed a very basic knowledge of HTML, but no prior programmingexperience is necessary. Whether you want to pick up someprogramming skills, or want to find out how to transfer yourexisting programming knowledge to the Web, then this book is foryou. All you need is a text editor (like Notepad) and a browser,and you're ready to go!

What does this book cover?

  • Fundamental programming concepts
  • Comprehensive practical tutorial in JavaScript
  • Cross-browser scripting, including Netscape 6
  • Cookie creation and use
  • Plug-ins and ActiveX controls
  • Dynamic HTML
  • Scripting the W3C DOM
  • Server-side JavaScript with ASP
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