HTML5 programming with JavaScript for dummies /

Web designers and programmers, add JavaScript to your HTML5 development toolkit without fear Modern websites are complex, and some of the most exciting features - things like geolocation, canvas, portability to mobile and more - require JavaScript to leverage what HTML5 can create. Don't know J...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Mueller, John, 1958-
Format: eBook
Published: New York : Wiley, 2013.
Series:--For dummies.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • HTML5 Programming with JavaScript® For Dummies®; About the Author; Table of Contents; Introduction; About This Book; What You Don't Have to Read; Foolish Assumptions; Conventions Used in This Book; How This Book Is Organized; Icons Used in This Book; Where to Go from Here; Part I: Understanding the Basics of JavaScript; Chapter 1: HTML, Say Hello to JavaScript; Introducing JavaScript; Seeing How JavaScript Fits into an HTML Document; Chapter 2: Assessing Tools of the Trade; Researching Browsers and Their Debugging Tools; Discovering Programs to Write JavaScript; Hosting Your Site.
  • Chapter 3: Integrating HTML5 and JavaScriptCreating Simple Output; Working with JavaScript Statements; Writing Comments in JavaScript; Alerting Visitors That JavaScript Has Something to Say; Part II: Speaking the JavaScript Language; Chapter 4: Embracing JavaScript Variables; Understanding Simple Variables; Working with Booleans; Working with Numbers; Working with Text; Working with Arrays; Chapter 5: Working with Objects; Defining Objects; Using and Creating Objects; Working with Object Literals; Naming Variables and Objects Properly.
  • Chapter 6: Getting to Know the Standard JavaScript ObjectsDefining the Basic JavaScript Objects; Introducing the String Object; Working with the Date Object; Part III: Meeting JavaScript's Control Structures; Chapter 7: Using Functions; Using the Built-In Functions; Working with the Math Object; Building Custom Functions; Working with Private Properties and Methods; Chapter 8: Making Choices in JavaScript; Understanding the Reasons for Applications to Make Decisions; Deciding When to Use the if Statement; Switching Between Choices; Chapter 9: Making the Rounds with Loops; Discovering Loops.
  • Creating for LoopsCreating while Loops; Examining Objects Using for/in; Nesting Loops; Chapter 10: Performing Error Handling; Understanding Errors; Catching Errors; Throwing Errors; Form Event Support in JavaScript; Part IV: Interacting with Users and HTML; Chapter 11: Understanding the Document Object Model; Introducing the Document Object Model (DOM); Accessing Individual HTML Elements; Considering Events; Working with Styles; Working with Nodes; Chapter 12: Handling Events; Introducing Events; Clicking to Create an Event; Pressing a Key; Creating Custom Events.
  • Chapter 13: Connecting with Style: JavaScript and CSSChanging HTML Elements; Building Dynamic HTML Elements; Animating and Positioning HTML Elements; Creating JavaScript-Based Menus; Chapter 14: Enhancing HTML5 Forms with JavaScript; Revisiting the HTML5 Form Features; Accessing Form Elements; Validating Forms; Chapter 15: Interacting with Windows; Working with Windows; Accessing the Screen; Finding a Location; Searching History; Working with Navigator; Creating a Pop-Up; Using Cookies; Part V: Extending JavaScript Further; Chapter 16: Working with XML in JavaScript; Introducing XML.