SPECIAL EDITION USING JAVASCRIPT By Paul Mcfedries **Mint Condition** |

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Publication Year: 2001 Format: Paperback
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SPECIAL EDITION USING JAVASCRIPT By Paul Mcfedries **Mint Condition**

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For those who want to add more interactivity to basic Web pages, JavaScript is an essential technology that builds on basic HTML pages, adding interactivity and dynamic Web content to static pages. Unlike some of the more advanced Web development languages, it is easy to quickly pick up the basics of JavaScript, and with this book, readers will be able to add practical JavaScript projects to their Websites quickly.

Product Identifiers
ISBN-10 0789725762
ISBN-13 9780789725769
eBay Product ID (ePID) 1895064

Key Details
Author Paul McFedries
Number Of Pages 912 pages
Edition Description Special
Series Using… Ser.
Format Paperback
Publication Date 2001-06-19
Language English
Publisher Que
Publication Year 2001

Additional Details
Copyright Date 2002
Illustrated Yes

Weight 51.9 Oz
Height 1.9 In.
Width 7.3 In.
Length 9.1 In.

Target Audience
Group Trade

Classification Method
LCCN 2001-087883
LC Classification Number QA76.73.J39M39 2001
Dewey Decimal 005.13/3
Dewey Edition 21

Table Of Content
Introduction.What You Need to Know. How the Book Is Structured. Where’s the Code? Conventions Used in This Book.I. GETTING STARTED WITH JAVASCRIPT.1. An Overview of JavaScript.JavaScript: Controlling the Machine. What Is a Programming Language? Is JavaScript Hard to Learn? What Can You Do with JavaScript? What Can’t You Do with JavaScript? Cross-Browser Concerns.2. Creating Your First Scripts.What Do You Need to Get Started? Basic Script Construction. More JavaScript Examples. Adding Comments to Your Code. Creating External JavaScript Files. Debugging and Troubleshooting Script Problems.II. PROGRAMMING FUNDAMENTALS.3. Understanding Variables.What Is a Variable? Naming Variables: Rules and Best Practices. Understanding Literal Data Types.4. Working with Functions.What Is a Function? The Structure of a Function. Where Do You Put a Function? Using a Function. Passing Values to Functions. Returning a Value from a Function. Understanding Local Versus Global Variables. Using Recursive Functions. Debugging and Troubleshooting Script Problems.5. Building JavaScript Expressions.What Is an Expression? Understanding Expression Structure. Building Numeric Expressions. Building String Expressions. Building Comparison Expressions. Building Logical Expressions. Understanding Operator Precedence.6. Controlling Your Code I: Testing.Using if() to Make True/False Decisions. Using if()…else to Handle a false Result. Making Multiple Decisions. Debugging and Troubleshooting Script Problems.7. Controlling Your Code II: Looping.What Is Looping and Why Does Your Code Need It? Using while() Loops. Using for() Loops. Using do…while() Loops. Controlling Loop Execution: break and continue. Debugging and Troubleshooting Script Problems.8. Working with Objects.What Is an Object? The JavaScript Object Hierarchy. Manipulating Object Properties. Working with Object Methods. Using with() to Shorten Object Expressions.9. Handling Events.Understanding Events. Constructing Event Handlers. Using the JavaScript Events. Debugging and Troubleshooting Script Problems.10. Working with Arrays.What Is an Array? Declaring an Array. Populating an Array with Data. Using the Array Object. Debugging and Troubleshooting Script Problems.11. Interacting with the User.Why Interact at All? Displaying Messages Using the alert() Method. Asking Questions Using the confirm() Method. Getting Input Using the prompt() Method. Debugging and Troubleshooting Script Problems.12. Debugging Your Code.What Is a Bug? Understanding the Various Types of Errors. A Debugging Strategy. The Top 10 Most Common JavaScript Error Messages.13. Dealing with Dates and Times: The Date Object.Understanding JavaScript Dates. Arguments Used with the Date Object. Working with the Date Object. Extracting Information About a Date. Setting the Date. Performing Date Calculations. Other Date Object Methods.14. Working with Numbers: The Math Object.How JavaScript Handles Numbers. Converting Between Strings and Numbers. The Math Object. Properties of the Math Object. Methods of the Math Object.15. Manipulating Text: The String Object.Strings and the String Object. Determining the Length of a String. String Object Methods. Programming a Library of CommonString Functions.16. Controlling the Browser: The Navigator Object.About the Navigator Object. Determining the User’s Browser Information.IV. WORKING WITH BROWSER WINDOWS.17. Understanding the Window Object.Revisiting the Window Object Hierarchy. Referencing the Window Object. Window Dimensions and the Screen Object. Displaying Messages In the Status Bar. Working with JavaScript Timeouts and Intervals.18. Opening, Moving, and Sizing Windows.Opening a Window. Closing a Window. Moving a Window. Resizing a Window.19. JavaScript Surfing: The Location and History Objects.Surfing Under Script Control. Using the Locat

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