JavaScript Bible 7th Edition Book/CD Package
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JavaScript Bible 7th Edition Book/CD Package

JavaScript Bible 7th Edition Book/CD Package

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The bestselling JavaScript reference, now updated to reflect changes in technology and best practices

As the most comprehensive book on the market, the JavaScript Bible is a classic bestseller that keeps you up to date on the latest changes in JavaScript, the leading technology for incorporating interactivity into Web pages. Part tutorial, part reference, this book serves as both a learning tool for building new JavaScript skills as well as a detailed reference for the more experienced JavaScript user. You'll get up-to-date coverage on the latest JavaScript practices that have been implemented since the previous edition, as well as the most updated code listings that reflect new concepts. Plus, you'll learn how to apply the latest JavaScript exception handling and custom object techniques.
  • Follows in the tradition of previous edition bestsellers, providing a thorough reference on JavaScript, the leading technology for making Web pages interactive
  • Serves as a reference and tutorial and is packed with numerous working code examples
  • Includes new developments in the ECMAScript 5th Edition standard on which JavaScript is based.
  • Promotes state-of-the-art industry best practices including progressive enhancement, unobtrusive JavaScript, and separation of development layers
  • Shows how to write scripts for mouse rollover effects, drag-and-drop, and interaction with stylesheets
  • Reviews deployment strategies that best suit your content goals and target audience
Practical examples of working code round out this new edition and contribute to helping you learn JavaScript quickly yet thoroughly.
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Part I: Getting Started with JavaScript.

Chapter 1: JavaScripts Role in the World Wide Web and Beyond.

Chapter 2: Developing a Scripting Strategy.

Chapter 3: Selecting and Using Your Tools.

Chapter 4: JavaScript Essentials.

Part II: JavaScript Tutorial.

Chapter 5: Your First JavaScript Script.

Chapter 6: Browser and DocumentObjects.

Chapter 7: Scripts and HTML Documents.

Chapter 8: Programming Fundamentals, Part I.

Chapter 9: Programming Fundamentals, Part II.

Chapter 10: Window and Document Objects.

Chapter 11: Forms and Form Elements.

Chapter 12: Strings,Math, and Dates.

Chapter 13: Scripting Frames and Multiple Windows.

Chapter 14: Images and Dynamic HTML.

Part III: JavaScript Core Language Reference.

Chapter 15: The String Object.

Chapter 16: The Math, Number, and Boolean Objects.

Chapter 17: The Date Object.

Chapter 18: The Array Object.

Chapter 19: JSON Native JavaScript Object Notation.

Chapter 20: E4X Native XML Processing.

Chapter 21: Control Structures and Exception Handling.

Chapter 22: JavaScript Operators.

Chapter 23: Function Objects and Custom Objects.

Chapter 24: Global Functions and Statements.

Part IV: Document Objects Reference.

Chapter 25: Document Object Model Essentials.

Chapter 26: Generic HTML Element Objects.

Chapter 27: Window and Frame Objects.

Chapter 28: Location and History Objects.

Chapter 29: Document and Body Objects.

Chapter 30: Link and Anchor Objects.

Chapter 31: Image, Area, Map, and Canvas Objects.

Chapter 32: Event Objects.

Part V: Appendixes.

Appendix A: JavaScript and Browser Objects Quick Reference.

Appendix B: Whats on the CD-ROM.


Bonus Chapters on the CD-ROM.