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Getting Started with JavaScript Programming
Sep 22, 2006
Learn several components of JavaScript programming and syntax in this sample chapter, including functions, objects, event handlers, conditions, and loops. You will also learn how to use JavaScript comments to make your script easier to read, and look at a simple example of an event handler.
How to Add Images, Media, and Scripts to Your Web Site
Jul 15, 2005
Images, media, and scripts can really add spice to your Web site and give it a functionality otherwise missing. Find out how and when to add these elements to your Web site to provide that extra flair.
How to Use Functions and Arguments in CoffeeScript
Aug 9, 2012
Mark Bates looks at one of the most essential parts of any language, the function. Functions allow us to encapsulate reusable and discrete code blocks. Without functions our code would be one long, unreadable, and unmaintainable mess.
Important Facts About JavaScript and Related Technologies
Aug 24, 2007
Get the most important facts about JavaScript and related technologies like XML.
Injecting Dynamic JavaScript to Focus ASP.NET Controls
Oct 10, 2003
Because Web applications are generally stateless, it takes some extra effort to offer some of the convenience of a Windows Forms application. Web controls don't support the focus behavior in the code behind but a client-side script does. In this article, Paul Kimmel, the author of Visual Basic .NET Power Coding, demonstrates one technique for refocusing the previous control after a postback.
Introduction to Dynamic Web Programming with AngularJS, JavaScript, and jQuery
Sep 3, 2015
This lesson from AngularJS, JavaScript, and jQuery All in One, Sams Teach Yourself gives a high-level overview of web server and browser interactions and the technologies that are involved. The rest of this lesson is dedicated to setting up and configuring an AngularJS, jQuery, and JavaScript friendly development environment. You end with writing your very first web pages that include JavaScript and jQuery code.
Introduction to jQuery: Use jQuery to Write Simpler, Shorter, More Readable JavaScript Code
Jun 1, 2009
Ivan Pepelnjak describes some of the jQuery highlights that prompted him to choose this particular library and demonstrates how you can use jQuery to write simpler, shorter, more readable JavaScript code.
Introduction to the jQuery Mobile Framework
Aug 8, 2012
Phllip Dutson shows you how to add jQuery Mobile to a web page and how jQuery Mobile runs with the use of data roles. Learn to create a basic page with HTML and make it a mobile page using jQuery Mobile. Finally, he'll cover the pageinit function and the difference between it and the standard jQuery $(document).ready() function.
JavaScript and the Document Object Model (DOM)
Apr 21, 2009
Paul J. Deitel and Harvey M. Deitel show you how to access the objects in a page, how to access the objects in a collection, and how to change element styles dynamically.
JavaScript Arrays: Properties and Methods
Nov 29, 2002
Alexander Vincent discusses arrays, which are among the most useful features in JavaScript. Learn their properties and methods, and walk through an example.
JavaScript as an Application Platform
Feb 2, 2001
Expert Web developer Bob Grogan discusses the steps required to utilize JavaScript as a reliable, powerful language for object-oriented application development.
JavaScript by Example: Under Certain Conditions
Oct 21, 2010
Ellie Quigley shows you how to work with Control Structures, Blocks, Compound Statements, Conditionals, and Loops in this chapter from her book, JavaScript by Example, 2nd Edition.
JavaScript for Navigation
Jan 30, 2004
Gain a sound base of knowledge of JavaScript-based navigation, how to use it in forms for enhanced interactivity and efficiency, and some ways to combine CSS and JavaScript to add advanced functionality to your Web pages.
JavaScript for Web Professionals: Using Image Rollovers
Dec 13, 2002
Dan Barrett teaches you how to spruce up your site using image rollovers.
JavaScript Fundamentals I and II: Learning Objectives
Jun 15, 2009
This video excerpt is part 1 of lesson 3 from Javascript Fundamentals I and II LiveLessons Bundle.
JavaScript in Action
Jan 19, 2001
Learn how to write Javascript in this sample chapter from JavaScript 1.5 by Example.
JavaScript Programming Techniques
Jul 19, 2002
Discover the power of JavaScript and learn how to make your JavaScript programs more resilient to errors through pattern matching and event handling.
JavaScript Progressive Enhancement in Practice
Jun 15, 2007
Learn to make a FAQ page using JavaScript Progressive Enhancement.
JavaScript: The Web Assembly Language?
Apr 16, 2012
People are increasingly generating JavaScript from other languages instead of writing it directly, making JavaScript the assembly language of the web. David Chisnall looks at the language's suitability to this role.
jQuery, jQuery UI, and jQuery Mobile: Communicating with the Server
Nov 28, 2012
This chapter discusses how to communicate with the server. To demonstrate this, a simple test server is written in Node.js, which is a server-side JavaScript execution environment. After that, various recipes show how to get JSON, HTML, XML, and JSONP from the server by using AJAX methods and functions. This chapter pays a lot of attention to error handling to assure the quality of the end result.

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