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JavaScript Professional Projects
JavaScript Professional Projects
byPaul HatcherandJohn Gosney ISBN:1592000134
Premier Press 2003 (591 pages)

With the information in this book, you will learn how to write not only JavaScript that can stand on its own within a Web page, but also how to write scripts that interact with applications written in other development languages.

Table of Contents
JavaScript Professional Projects
Introduction
Part I - JavaScript Essentials
Chapter 1 - JavaScript Programming Basics
Chapter 2 - Selection and Repetition Statements
Chapter 3 - Arrays and Strings
Chapter 4 - JavaScript Functions
Chapter 5 - Object-Oriented JavaScript
Chapter 6 - JavaScript Events and Timers
Chapter 7 - The Document Object Model
Chapter 8 - Handling and Validating Forms
Chapter 9 - Windows and Frames
Chapter 10 - Handling Web Browser, Screen Resolution, and Color Depth Differences
Chapter 11 - Client-Side Data as Cookies
Chapter 12 - Ensuring JavaScript Security
Chapter 13 - Handling Errors and Debugging Scripts
Part II - Applying Your Skills—The Center Park School Project
Chapter 14 - Project Overview—Introducing Center Park School
Chapter 15 - Creating a JavaScript Calendar
Chapter 16 - Creating an Online Test or Survey
Chapter 17 - Creating a Client-Side Shopping Cart
Chapter 18 - Setting Up a Members-Only, Password-Protected Web Site
Chapter 19 - Creating Hyperlinked Ad Rotators
Chapter 20 - Using JavaScript to Create Dynamic HTML (DHTML) Effects
Chapter 21 - Project Wrap-up—Center Park Web Site Functional Overview
Index
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Sidebars

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