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JavaScript Application Cookbook [Paperback]

Jerry Bradenbaugh
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Table of Contents

Editor’s Note;
Preface;
What You Should Know;
Font Conventions;
Book Structure;
About the Code;
Development and Testing;
We’d Like to Hear From You;
Acknowledgments;
Introduction;
JavaScript Pros;
Basic JavaScript Programming Strategy;
JavaScript Approaches in These Applications;
Moving On;
Chapter 1: The Client-Side Search Engine;
1.1 Execution Requirements;
1.2 The Syntax Breakdown;
1.3 nav.html;
1.4 Building Your Own JavaScript Database;
1.5 Potential Extensions;
Chapter 2: The Online Test;
2.1 Execution Requirements;
2.2 The Syntax Breakdown;
2.3 index.html―The Frameset;
2.4 questions.js―The JavaScript Source File;
2.5 administer.html;
2.6 Potential Extensions;
Chapter 3: The Interactive Slideshow;
3.1 Execution Requirements;
3.2 The Syntax Breakdown;
3.3 Application Variables;
3.4 The Application Functions;
3.5 Potential Extensions;
Chapter 4: The Multiple Search Engine Interface;
4.1 Execution Requirements;
4.2 The Syntax Breakdown;
4.3 Potential Extension: Adding User Control;
Chapter 5: ImageMachine;
5.1 Execution Requirements;
5.2 The Syntax Breakdown;
5.3 Potential Extension: Adding Attributes to the Template;
Chapter 6: Implementing JavaScript Source Files;
6.1 arrays.js;
6.2 cookies.js;
6.3 dhtml.js;
6.4 events.js;
6.5 frames.js;
6.6 images.js;
6.7 navbar.js;
6.8 numbers.js;
6.9 objects.js;
6.10 strings.js;
6.11 Potential Extensions;
Chapter 7: Cookie-Based User Preferences;
7.1 Execution Requirements;
7.2 Syntax Breakdown;
7.3 prefs.html;
7.4 dive.html;
7.5 Potential Extensions;
Chapter 8: The JavaScript Shopping Cart;
8.1 Shopping Bag Walk-Through;
8.2 Execution Requirements;
8.3 Syntax Breakdown;
8.4 Step 1: Loading Shopping Bag;
8.5 Step 2: Displaying Products;
8.6 Step 3: Showing All the Categories;
8.7 Step 4: Adding Products to the Shopping Bag;
8.8 Step 5: Changing the Order/Checking Out;
8.9 Potential Extensions;
Chapter 9: Ciphers in JavaScript;
9.1 How Ciphers Work;
9.2 Execution Requirements;
9.3 The Syntax Breakdown;
9.4 Potential Extensions;
Chapter 10: Cyber Greetings: Drag-and-Drop Email;
10.1 Execution Requirements;
10.2 Syntax Breakdown;
10.3 The Server Side;
10.4 Potential Extensions;
Chapter 11: Context-Sensitive Help;
11.1 Execution Requirements;
11.2 Syntax Breakdown;
11.3 Potential Extensions;
Chapter 12: Epilogue;
JavaScript Reference;
Browser Compatibility;
Objects, Methods, and Properties;
Top-Level Properties and Functions;
Event Handlers;
Web Resources;
Cool JavaScript Sites;
JavaScript Reference;
JavaScript FAQs;
DHTML Reference;
Document Object Model Reference;
Perl/CGI Reference;
Graphics Resources;
Similar Applications;
Using Perl Scripts;
A Perl/CGI Overview;
Getting Perl;
The Shopping Bag Script―bag.pl;
The CyberGreeting Script―greet.pl;
Colophon;|

  • Editor’s Note
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: The Client-Side Search Engine
  • Chapter 2: The Online Test
  • Chapter 3: The Interactive Slideshow
  • Chapter 4: The Multiple Search Engine Interface
  • Chapter 5: ImageMachine
  • Chapter 6: Implementing JavaScript Source Files
  • Chapter 7: Cookie-Based User Preferences
  • Chapter 8: The JavaScript Shopping Cart
  • Chapter 9: Ciphers in JavaScript
  • Chapter 10: Cyber Greetings: Drag-and-Drop Email
  • Chapter 11: Context-Sensitive Help
  • Chapter 12: Epilogue
  • JavaScript Reference
  • Web Resources
  • Using Perl Scripts
  • Colophon

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