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JavaScript Basics: Parts I and II

Course Summary

Learn everything you need to build world-class web applications in this JavaScript tutorial for beginners course.


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    Course Syllabus

    • Before you begin
      • Code examples
    • Introduction to Javascript Fundamentals I LiveLessons
      • Introduction
    • Lesson 1: Introduction to XHTML
      • Learning Objectives
      • Installing Firebug and the Web Developer Toolbar in Firefox
      • First XHTML example
      • Heading elements h1 through h6
      • Linking to other web pages
      • Linking to an e-mail address
      • Images in XHTML files
      • Images as link anchors
      • Inserting special characters
      • Unordered list containing hyperlinks
      • Nested and ordered lists
      • Creating a basic table
      • Complex XHTML table
      • Form with hidden fields and a text box
      • Form using a variety of components
      • Internal hyperlinks to make pages more navigable
      • Meta elements provide keywords and a description of a page
    • Lesson 2: Cascading Style Sheets™ (CSS)
      • Learning Objectives
      • Using inline styles
      • Embedded style sheets
      • Inheritance in style sheets
      • External style sheet and Linking an external style sheet
      • Absolute positioning of elements
      • Relative positioning of elements
      • Adding background images and indentation
      • Element dimensions and text alignment
      • Box model for block-level elements and Borders of block-level elements
      • Floating elements
      • CSS media types
      • CSS drop-down menu
      • Pt measurement for text size, User style sheet, User style sheet applied with pt measurement, em measurement for text size and U
    • Lesson 3: Introduction to Scripting
      • Learning Objectives
      • Displaying a line of text
      • Printing one line with separate statements
      • Printing on multiple lines with a single statement
      • Alert dialog displaying multiple lines
      • Prompt box used on a welcome screen
      • Addition script (and Using the Firebug Debugger)
      • Using equality and relational operators
    • Lesson 4: Control Statements I
      • Learning Objectives
      • Counter-controlled repetition to calculate a class average
      • Sentinel-controlled repetition to calculate a class average
      • Examination-results calculation
      • Arithmetic assignment operators
      • Increment and decrement operators and Preincrementing and postincrementing
    • Lesson 5: Control Statements II
      • Learning Objectives
      • Counter-controlled repetition
      • Counter-controlled repetition with the for statement
      • Summation with the for repetition structure
      • Compound interest calculation with a for loop
      • Using the switch multiple-selection statement
      • Using the do..while repetition statement
      • Using the break statement in a for statement
      • Using the continue statement in a for statement
      • Demonstrating logical operators
    • Lesson 6: Functions
      • Learning Objectives
      • Programmer-defined function square
      • Programmer-defined maximum function
      • Random integers, shifting and scaling
      • Rolling a six-sided die 6000 times
      • Craps game simulation
      • Scoping example
      • JavaScript global functions
    • Lesson 7: Arrays
      • Learning Objectives
      • Initializing the elements of an array
      • Declaring and initializing arrays
      • Summing elements of an array
      • Dice-rolling program using an array instead of a switch
      • Random image generation using arrays
      • Passing arrays and individual array elements to functions
      • Sorting an array with Array method sort
      • Initializing multidimensional arrays
      • Online quiz graded with JavaScript
    • Summary of Javascript Fundamentals I LiveLessons
      • Summary
    • Introduction to Javascript Fundamentals II LiveLessons
      • Introduction
    • Lesson 1: Objects
      • Learning Objectives
      • Finding information about JavaScript Objects
      • String methods charAt, charCodeAt, fromCharCode, toLowercase
      • String searching with indexOf and lastIndexOf
      • String object methods split and substring
      • String object XHTML markup methods
      • Date and time methods of the Date object
      • Using the window object to create and modify child windows
      • Using cookies to store user identification data
      • Rich welcome page using several JavaScript concepts and Online quiz in a child window
    • Lesson 2: Document Object Model
      • Learning Objectives
      • Demonstration of a document's DOM tree
      • Basic DOM functionality
      • Using the links collection
      • Dynamic styles
      • Dynamic styles used for animation
    • Lesson 3: Events
      • Learning Objectives
      • Event registration models
      • Simple drawing program and some event object properties
      • Events onmouseover and onmouseout
      • Demonstrating the onfocus and onblur events
      • Demonstrating the onsubmit and onreset events
      • Canceling event bubbling
    • Lesson 4: XML and RSS
      • Learning Objectives
      • XML that describes a baseball player's information
      • XML used to mark up an article
      • Business letter marked up as XML
      • XML namespaces demonstration
      • Default namespace demonstration
      • Document Type Definition (DTD) for a business letter
      • Schema-valid XML document describing a list of books. and XML Schema document for book.xml
      • XML Schema document defining simple and complex types and XML document using the laptop element defined in computer.xsd
      • Expression marked up with MathML and displayed in the Firefox browser and Algebraic equation marked up with MathML and displayed
      • XML document that describes various sports and XSLT that creates elements and attributes in an XHTML document
      • XML document containing book information and XSL document that transforms sorting.xml into XHTML
      • Traversing an XML document using the XML DOM
      • Rendering an RSS feed in a web page using XSLT and JavaScript
    • Lesson 5: Ajax-Enabled Rich Internet Applications
      • Learning Objectives
      • Classic web application reloading the page for every user interaction
      • Ajax-enabled web application interacting with the server asynchronously
      • Asynchronously display content without reloading the page
      • Image catalog that uses Ajax to request XML data asynchronously
      • Ajax-enabled address-book application
    • Summary of Javascript Fundamentals II LiveLessons
      • Summary


Course Fee:
USD 89

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Development & Implementations Community

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