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Understanding Variables in JavaScript
Jul 6, 2001
Learn the specifics behind the three things involved in scripting with variables: creating (or declaring) variables, assigning values to those variables, and including the variables in other statements in your code.
Using Dojo for Client-side Validation
Jun 23, 2008
Here are the Dojo features that allow you to easily add validation.
Using Functions in JavaScript
Nov 29, 2012
Functions are one of the basic building blocks of JavaScript and will appear in virtually every script you write. In this excerpt learn how to create and use functions.
Using JavaScript to Work with Windows and Frames
Nov 15, 2002
This lesson explains how to use JavaScript to open new windows, move and resize existing windows, display dialog boxes and prompts, and work with frames. It also explains how you can use timeouts to create self-updating pages.
Using JavaScript to Interact with the Browser
Dec 30, 2013
Learn how to use the screen, window, location, and history objects that provide JavaScript with an interface to access information beyond the web page, and how to use those objects to implement cookies, popup windows, and timers.
Using JavaScript to Respond to Events
Nov 8, 2002
Your scripts can detect events and use them to interact with the user. This lesson describes the events supported by the latest browsers and explains how to use them with practical examples.
Using JavaScript with XSLT Style Sheets
May 17, 2002
Learn to use XSLT style sheets to transform XML data from one from one structure to another.
Using jQuery Mobile with QR Codes
Oct 22, 2012
Phil Dutson, coauthor of Sams Teach Yourself jQuery Mobile in 24 Hours, discusses marketing strategy for mobile devices using QR codes and shows how jQuery Mobile can be used to create a mobile friendly landing page.
Using Node.js and Socket.IO with Twitter’s Streaming API
Oct 3, 2012
Learn about how Node.js and Socket.IO can be used to consume data directly from the Web and then broadcast the data to connected clients. You will be working with Twitter’s streaming Application Programming Interface (API) and pushing data out to the browser in real-time.
Web Page Refactoring with jQuery
Jun 10, 2009
Ivan Pepelnjak illustrates the benefits of using jQuery by walking you through the HTML and JavaScript refactoring of a simple drop-down menu.
Wherever You Go, There They Are: The Perils of Cross-Site Tracking
Jan 23, 2009
Greg Conti examines the practice of cross-site tracking and offers ways to block, or at least minimize, it.
Working with JavaScript's Document Object Model
Nov 1, 2002
The true power of JavaScript comes not from the language itself but from the DOM, or Document Object Model. This lesson introduces the DOM and shows how to use its objects to work with documents and browser history.
Writing Simple JavaScript Programs for Your Web Page
Jul 13, 2015
In this chapter from JavaScript in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself, 6th Edition, learn how JavaScript can be added to your web page, and then about some of the fundamental syntax of your JavaScript programs such as statements, variables, operators, and comments. You’ll also get your hands dirty with more code examples.

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