JavaScript - Introduction

JavaScript Fundamentals teaches developers how to use the features of the JavaScript language to design client-side, platform-independent solutions.

Controlling Frames in JavaScript

Using Frames and Windows Targeting Frames in JavaScript Changing Two or More Frames Frames, Functions and Variables Targeting Windows Windows, Functions and Variables

Controlling Program Flow

The if...else Statement The while Statement The do...while Statement The for Statement The break Statement The continue Statement The switch Statement

Cookies and JavaScript Security

Security and Cookies What Are Cookies? How Are Cookies Sent? Who Can Send Cookies? Storing Cookies Why Use Cookies? Assigning a Cookie Testing for Cookie Presence Clearing a Cookie Controlling Cookies in the Browser JavaScript Security Issues

Custom JavaScript Objects

Creating Custom Objects Custom Object Demonstration Creating the Object: The Contructor Creating an Instance of a Custom Object Creating Object Methods Creating Functions for Your Objects Complex Custom Objects

Developing Interactive Forms

Interactive Forms Overview of Form Elements Referring to form Element The form Object The button Object The checkbox Object The text and textarea Objects The radio Object The select Object Multiple-Selection Lists Form Validation

Functions, Methods and Events

Functions Defining a Function Calling a Function User and JavaScript Event Handlers Methods as Functions

Introduction to JavaScript

Origins of JavaScript JavaScript Characteristics Common Programming Concepts Java and JavaScript Server-Side vs. Client-Side Applications Annotating Code with Comments

JavaScript Language Objects

JavaScript Language Objects The String Object Additional String Object Methods Evaluating Strings Regular Expressions The Array Object The Date Object Setting and Extracting Time Information The Math Object

The JavaScript Object Model

The JavaScript Object Model Commonly Used Objects The window Object The document Statement The with Object The image Object The history Object The location Object The navigator Object

Working with Variables and Data

Communicating with the User Using Data More Than Once: Variables JavaScript Expressions Operators Inline Scripting, Simple User Events, and the onLoad and onUnload Event Handlers Keywords and Reserved Words