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This is a new kind of jаvascript book. It's not cut'n'paste, it's not a reference, and it's not an exhaustive investigation of the jаvascript language. It is about client-side, web focused, and task-oriented jаvascript. jаvascript is a core skill for web professionals, and as every web professional knows, client-side jаvascript can produce all sorts of glitches and bugs. 'Practical jаvascript for the Usable Web' takes a two pronged approach to learning the jаvascript that you need to get your work done: teaching the core client-side jаvascript that you need to incorporate usable interactivity into your web applications, including many short functional scripts, and building up a complete application with shopping cart functionality. When you have finished working with this book, you'll have a thorough grounding in Client-side jаvascript, and be able to construct your own client-side functionality quickly, easily, and without falling into any of the usability traps that this technology leaves wide open.

This book covers: DHTML for IE4 and NN4 browsers, and the Dom for the latest browsers Usability techniques Working scripts that can be incorporated into your web applications immediately Step-by-step breakdown of jаvascript shopping cart functionality Advanced Data Validation Techniques Book Info Covers DHTML for IE4 and NN4 browsers, and the Dom for the latest browsers. Discusses working scripts that can be incorporated into your web applications immediately. Provides advanced data validation techniques.

From the Publisher This is for readers who are either learning jаvascript from scratch, or who have a little experience - perhaps with DreamWeaver behaviors, or incorporating scripts into their pages. It assumes a though understanding of HTML, and a little CSS experience.

About the Author After an initial stint as a Visual Basic applications programmer at the Ministry of Defence in the UK, Paul Wilton found himself pulled into the Net. He is currently working freelance and is busy trying to piece together the Microsoft .Net jigsaw. Paul's main skills are in developing web front ends using DHTML, jаvascript, VBScript, and Visual Basic, and back-end solutions with ASP, Visual Basic, and SQL Server. Stephen Williams recently co-founded Chimera Digital Ltd, a company that brings together expertise in the fields of education, video production and web technologies, and produces content packages suitable for business in training, promotion, marketing, and more. Prior to this he worked for Edison Interactive, where he was the lead Vignette developer for their Switch2 entertainment portal web site. His interests in artificial life lead him from his PhD in Molecular Microbiology at the University of Birmingham, into object-oriented programming and the Internet. Sing Li is an active author, consultant, and entrepreneur. He has written for popular technical journals and is the creator of the "Internet Global Phone", one of the very first Internet phones available. His wide-ranging consulting expertise spans Internet and Intranet systems design, distributed architectures, web services, embedded systems, real-time technologies, and cross-platform software design. He also participates in the Jini and Jxta communities.


Comments: (5)

Kerdana
JavaScript is one language that all too frequently is taken too lightly by too many people. Harder-core programmers frown at it, while in reality, they more frequently misunderstand it or under-value its powers.
If you need to learn JavaScript, have some programming experience and want an intelligent introduction, this book is what you want.
Unlike many other books I looked at when examining JavaScript, this one is new, is not condesending and has all the information needed to get you going in utilizing JavaScript in your web projects.
JavaScript can provide a very fast alternative to thing that hard-core programmers do on the back end, and can also utilize new technologies, like document manipulations without the use of frames. The book contains an exploration of the Document Object Model (DOM) and its more recent incarnations, and provides examples from people who are at the frontlines and know what you will need when you will venture on your own.
The book covers JavaScript's primitive objects, the creation of object classes, and shows your way through dynamic menus and many other exciting features of the language.
I will not recommend this book to people who come from the design angle of things. It does not explain too much on what is programming or on basics that designers need to know before stepping into the fold.
All in all, I liked this book a lot. In my eyes, it is better than the O'Reilly fare and when matched with a reference cheat sheet (like the one from O'Reilly), it can be all that you need.
Fek
A task oriented book that, notwithstanding a small number of pages, manage to break some new grounds and cover a few advanced topics. Not suited for a complete programming novice, but if you have some programming experience and want an intelligent introduction it may be a great choice. Also recommended to JavaScript freaks looking for some refreshing material
JOIN
Fresh and enjoyable read. This book is a great companion to a solid Javascript reference after you have dabbled in some Client side scripting.
Nagor
Best book I have on JavaScript. I go back to it again and again, especially for the concise review of regular expressions. Too bad it is 12 years old. Please urge the authors to write a new edition.
Qusicam
This is the perfect book if you want to refresh the Javascript you learned some time ago, or if you've gone through some on line tutorials and would like to get the whole picture.
It's less than 400 pages, but packed with information. Very clearly written and easy to read. It explains a concept and shows you examples, pointing out where you could make mistakes and giving advice for best practice. For an absolute beginner though, I think it would be a bit too fast-paced - if this is your case try Paul Wilton's other book.
Mariwyn
A task oriented book that, notwithstanding a small number of pages, manage to break some new grounds and cover a few advanced topics. Not suited for a complete programming novice, but if you have some programming experience and want an intelligent introduction it may be a great choice. Also recommended to JavaScript freaks looking for some refreshing material
Taur
The book gives a narrow introduction on JavaScript for an intermediate programmer, so it is cutting corners. Many of them, nuf said!
Practical Javascript for the Usable Web download epub
Web Development & Design
Author: Stephen Williams,Sing Li,Paul Wilton
ISBN: 1590591895
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Web Development & Design
Language: English
Publisher: Apress; 1st ed. edition (July 11, 2003)
Pages: 400 pages