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JavaScript for the World Wide Web, Engl. ed. (Visual QuickStart Guides) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Tom Negrino , Dori Smith
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JavaScript is great, but at best it is a complementary language for Web development. JavaScript for the World Wide Web offers a productive, how-to style that lets you solve a problem or pick up a trick and then move on with the rest of your work.

Consistent with other members of Peachpit's Visual QuickStart Guide series, this title makes wise use of side-by-side explanations and screen shots, as well as code snippets and their analysis. This approach gives readers the feeling that the authors are sitting by their side and showing them how to code scripts. Most subjects are handled with numbered steps, such as "Validating Zip Codes," and useful tips punctuate the text.

The book introduces the whole concept of JavaScript in a fast-moving but readable chapter and then moves into solving real-world challenges. The authors do a good job of covering JavaScript's capabilities, from eye-catching graphics tricks to data-entry form processing and cookie management. Particularly enjoyable is the way the book spells out many of the differences between Netscape and Microsoft dynamic HTML approaches.

The JavaScript object model is laid out in an appendix, along with object compatibility between various browser flavors. To complement the book, the publisher offers a Web site that makes all of the example code easily downloadable for your use. This is a great little guide for both busy coders and JavaScript novices. --Stephen W. Plain

Synopsis

For any course in Digital Graphics, Web Design, Web Scripting and Development, Multimedia, Page Layout, Office Tools, and Operating Systems. These task-based, visual reference guides feature step-by-step instructions and plenty of screen shots to guide students and teachers through the most important tasks. Visual QuickStart Guides are the ideal way to get students up and running quickly, and are used for intermediate and advanced students as a quick reference.

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JavaScript for the World Wide Web, 4th Edition: Visual QuickStart Guide is the perfect book for those who are familiar with HTML and are ready to move up to the next level to add some pizzazz and interactivity to their Web site. Using a task-based, visual step-by-step approach and loads of useful illustrations, readers learn the basics of JavaScript: creating rollovers and frames, validating forms, working with browser windows, adding dynamic elements to your site, and more.

This revised bestseller has been expanded with five new chapters and a new appendix. New material can be found in the following chapters:

  • Forms and Regular Expressions
  • Handling Events
  • Introducing Cascading Style Sheets
  • Applied JavaScript
  • Bookmarklets
  • and a new appendix: Cascading Style Sheets Reference

An exciting new feature of this book is the 16-page color appendix of the JavaScript Object Flowchart and the JavaScript Object Table, all in glorious four-color detail.

Don't want to wear out your fingers by typing in all that code? Check out the supplemental Web site, where you can find all the scripts ready for you to cut and paste into your own work, as well as additional notes, addenda, and updates.

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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Tom Negrino is a best-selling book author and contributing editor to Macworld magazine. He is the co-author of two previous editions of this book. Dori Smith writes the JavaScript columns for Macworld.com and DevX.com, and is a contributing editor for MacTech. She is the co-author of the previous editions of this book, and author of Java for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide.
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