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Javascript: The Definitive Guide [4th Edition]

de David Flanagan

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JavaScript is a powerful, object-based scripting language; JavaScript programs can be embedded directly in HTML web pages. When combined with the Document Object Model (DOM) defined by a web browser, JavaScript allows you to create Dynamic HTML content and interactive client-side web applications. JavaScript syntax is based on the popular programming languages C, C++, and Java, which makes it familiar and easy to learn for experienced programmers. At the same time, JavaScript is an interpreted scripting language, providing a flexible, forgiving programming environment in which new programmers can learn.JavaScript: The Definitive Guide provides a thorough description of the core JavaScript language and both the legacy and standard DOMs implemented in web browsers. The book includes sophisticated examples that show you how to handle common tasks, like validating form data, working with cookies, and creating portable DHTML animations. The book also contains detailed reference sections that cover the core JavaScript API, the legacy client-side API, and the W3C standard DOM API, documenting every JavaScript object, method, property, constructor, constant, function, and event handler in those APIs.This fourth edition of the bestselling JavaScript book has been carefully updated to cover JavaScript 1.5 (ECMAScript version 3). The book also provides complete coverage of the W3C DOM standard (Level 1 and Level 2), while retaining material on the legacy Level 0 DOM for backward compatibility.JavaScript: The Definitive Guide is a complete programmer's guide and reference manual for JavaScript. It is particularly useful for developers working with the latest standards-compliant web browsers, like Internet Explorer 6, Netscape 6, and Mozilla. HTML authors can learn how to use JavaScript to build dynamic web pages. Experienced programmers can quickly find the information they need to start writing sophisticated JavaScript programs. This book is an indispensable reference for all JavaScript programmers, regardless of experience level.… (mais)
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This is a great book. I give it a high recommendation. I'm an application programmer, not a systems programmer nor a software engineer. VB and SQL are just my speed and most 4GLs and scripting languages are too. I may not be a progamming genius but my attitude is 'how hard can it be?'. I will try to hack anything I can before I ask for help, but when I ask for help, I want the full complete definitive answer. That's why this book is for me. I have never coded a lick of javascript before, then one day I had to write some cookie stuff. Fine, how hard can it be? I go out onto the web and look for (and borrow) other cookie code. I find a little bit here and a little bit there. It looks very simple but ultimately none of it works for my problem. Finally I say, I'm going to have to learn this stuff. Might as well by the O'Reilly book. My attitude is that I may never have to do anything with Javascript again, but I'm also not about to waste money on a book if I'll have replace later if and when I get serious. And this book was worth it. I now have industrial strength overkill cookie code in my application plus I undertand why everything works as it does. If you have to ask, you might as well ask for it all. This book has it all. Now I can't give it 5 stars because it's outdated. There's a lot of stuff in it that doesn't apply to the latest browsers. There was nothing about Mozilla or IE 5, so that all needs to be updated. But what's there is good so you get to understand the development priorities of those browsers and what effect that has on ways you should code. All in all it's another home run for OReilly, but Flanagan needs to step up to the plate again. BTW you'll note that this book is often referenced in other good progammer's guides. "Definitive" is right.
1 vote mbowen | Apr 8, 2007 |
Definitive, but read Crockford's JavaScript: The Good Parts first. ( )
1 vote timspalding | Nov 19, 2005 |
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JavaScript is a powerful, object-based scripting language; JavaScript programs can be embedded directly in HTML web pages. When combined with the Document Object Model (DOM) defined by a web browser, JavaScript allows you to create Dynamic HTML content and interactive client-side web applications. JavaScript syntax is based on the popular programming languages C, C++, and Java, which makes it familiar and easy to learn for experienced programmers. At the same time, JavaScript is an interpreted scripting language, providing a flexible, forgiving programming environment in which new programmers can learn.JavaScript: The Definitive Guide provides a thorough description of the core JavaScript language and both the legacy and standard DOMs implemented in web browsers. The book includes sophisticated examples that show you how to handle common tasks, like validating form data, working with cookies, and creating portable DHTML animations. The book also contains detailed reference sections that cover the core JavaScript API, the legacy client-side API, and the W3C standard DOM API, documenting every JavaScript object, method, property, constructor, constant, function, and event handler in those APIs.This fourth edition of the bestselling JavaScript book has been carefully updated to cover JavaScript 1.5 (ECMAScript version 3). The book also provides complete coverage of the W3C DOM standard (Level 1 and Level 2), while retaining material on the legacy Level 0 DOM for backward compatibility.JavaScript: The Definitive Guide is a complete programmer's guide and reference manual for JavaScript. It is particularly useful for developers working with the latest standards-compliant web browsers, like Internet Explorer 6, Netscape 6, and Mozilla. HTML authors can learn how to use JavaScript to build dynamic web pages. Experienced programmers can quickly find the information they need to start writing sophisticated JavaScript programs. This book is an indispensable reference for all JavaScript programmers, regardless of experience level.

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