Instant JavaScript (Google eBook)

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 8, 2001 - Computers - 716 pages
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Build interactive Web pages with JavaScript using this unique sourcebook of ready-to-run scripts. Filled with over 90 scripts inside the book and on the accompanying CD, you’ll be able to create a wide range of applications—from displaying banners and other Web graphics to using forms and building frames—and much more. In addition, you’ll get detailed hands-on information for customizing and extending scripts for use in different environments. This guide also includes coverage of DHTML, plugins, security issues and creation of e-commerce applications—plus, easy to identify icons throughout the text highlight what’s on the CD, for quick reference.

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 JavaScript Overview
1
CHAPTER 2 Maths and Numbers
23
CHAPTER 3 Strings and Regular Expressions
69
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About the author (2001)

Martin Webb (Hampshire, UK) is a Java Technical Consultant for a large telecommunications company in the UK, although he spends a lot of his time web enabling systems and writing JavaScript and HTML code. Martin is the founder of the successful irt.org, a non-profit Web site devoted to the discussion of Web-related technologies (particularly JavaScript). Martin also writes Web development articles for Developer.com and WebReview.com and served as a co-author on O'Reilly's Designing with JavaScript: Creating Dynamic Web pages, 2/e.

Michael Plungjan has been full-time in computing since 1986, and since 1995 his work has been concentrated on Inter/Intranet technologies, including JavaScript, (D)HTML, Java, CGI, XML, and XSL. Michel also maintains the Q&A area of irt.org.

Keith Drakard (London, UK) is a principal coder for a leading web development company in the UK, tying Cold Fusion and PHP functionality to SQL databases and building templates for easily maintainable websites. Keith is also an editor at irt.org.

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