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JavaScript Application Cookbook

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ISBN-10: 1565925777

ISBN-13: 9781565925779

Edition: 1999

Authors: Jerry Bradenbaugh, Richard Koman

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There is a serious information gap for Webmasters learning client-side JavaScript skills and trying to solve common Web-related problems. Knowing the syntax is one thing, being able to build a useful application is another. And while there are dozens of "how- to" JavaScript books available, few literally hand the Webmaster a set of ready-to-go, client-side JavaScript applications with thorough documentation that enable the reader to fully understand and extend those applications. By providing such a set of applications, "JavaScript Application Cookbook allows Webmasters to immediately add extra functionality to their Web sites. This book targets readers with two different skill sets. The…    
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Book details

List price: $54.99
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/21/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 480
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.628
Language: English

Jerry Bradenbaugh is a senior Web application developer and technical lead in Los Angeles, California. His Web site, HotSyte-The JavaScript Resource, has been around since the early days of JavaScript, making it one of the oldest JavaScript resources on the Net. He has contributed in developing enterprise applications for Netscape and First Union National Bank.

Eric is the author of the critically acclaimed online tutorial Introduction to HTML, as well as some other semi-popular Web pages. He is a member of the CSS&FP Working Group and the author of Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide.

Editor's Note
Preface
Introduction
The Client-Side Search Engine
Execution Requirements
The Syntax Breakdown
nav.html
Building Your Own JavaScript Database
Potential Extensions
The Online Test
Execution Requirements
The Syntax Breakdown
index.html--The Frameset
questions.js--The JavaScript Source File
administer.html
Potential Extensions
The Interactive Slideshow
Execution Requirements
The Syntax Breakdown
Application Variables
The Application Functions
Potential Extensions
The Multiple Search Engine Interface
Execution Requirements
The Syntax Breakdown
Potential Extension: Adding User Control
ImageMachine
Execution Requirements
The Syntax Breakdown
Potential Extension: Adding Attributes to the Template
Implementing JavaScript Source Files
arrays.js
cookies.js
dhtml.js
events.js
frames.js
images.js
navbar.js
numbers.js
objects.js
strings.js
Potential Extensions
Cookie-Based User Preferences
Execution Requirements
Syntax Breakdown
prefs.html
dive.html
Potential Extensions
Shopping Bag: The JavaScript Shopping Cart
Shopping Bag Walk-Through
Execution Requirements
Syntax Breakdown
Loading Shopping Bag
Displaying Products
Showing All the Categories
Adding Products to the Shopping Bag
Changing the Order/Checking Out
Potential Extensions
Ciphers in JavaScript
How Ciphers Work
Execution Requirements
The Syntax Breakdown
Potential Extensions
Cyber Greetings: Drag-and-Drop Email
Execution Requirements
Syntax Breakdown
The Server Side
Potential Extensions
Context-Sensitive Help
Execution Requirements
Syntax Breakdown
Potential Extensions
Epilogue
JavaScript Reference
Web Resources
Using Perl Scripts
Index