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Introduction to JavaScript Training

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Amy Cole
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:56 pm    Post subject: Introduction to JavaScript Training Reply with quote

In this JavaScript training course, students learn to use JavaScript effectively to make their web pages more dynamic and functional and to reduce the number of roundtrips to the server.

This class is hands-on and interactive, with exercises, presentations and readings to ensure students stay engaged and learn the material presented.

Approximately 25 hours of training.

This course is valid for One Year after purchase.

For information about Technical Requirements, please contact us

For more information please click on:

Title Index:

JavaScript Basics
- The Name "JavaScript"
- JavaScript Syntax
-- Basic Rules
-- Dot Notation
-- Square Bracket Notation
- Where Is JavaScript Code Written?
- JavaScript Objects, Methods and Properties
-- Methods
-- Properties
-- The Implicit window Object
-- The getElementById() Method
- Event Handlers

Variables, Arrays and Operators
- JavaScript Variables
-- A Loosely-typed Language
-- Storing User-Entered Data
- Arrays
-- Associative Arrays
-- Array Properties and Methods
- JavaScript Operators

JavaScript Functions
- Built-in Functions
-- Number(object)
-- String(object)
-- isNaN(object)
-- parseFloat() and parseInt()
- Built-in Functions vs. Methods
- User-defined Functions
-- Function Syntax
-- Passing Values to Functions
-- A Note on Variable Scope
-- Returning Values from Functions

Built-In JavaScript Objects
- String
- Math
- Date
- typeof Operator

Conditionals and Loops
- Conditionals
-- if - else if - else Conditions
-- Switch / Case
- Loops
-- while Loop Syntax
-- do...while Loop Syntax
-- for Loop Syntax
-- Loop Syntax

JavaScript Form Validation
- Accessing Form Data
- Basics of Form Validation
-- The this Object
-- Cleaner Validation
- Validating Radio Buttons
- Validating Checkboxes
- Validating Select Menus
- Focus, Blur, and Change Events
-- Focus and Blur
-- Change
- Validating Textareas

Images, Windows and Timers
- Image Rollovers
- Preloading Images
- Creating a Slide Show
- Windows
- Timers
- Popup Timed Slide Show

Navigator, History, and Location Objects
- The navigator Object
- Feature Detection
- history Object
- location Object
- Creating a Simple Quiz


Online Access (Single User) : EUR 121

Ordering - Three easy ways to place your order:

1] Order online at

2] Order by fax: Print an Order form from and Fax to +353 1 4100 980

3] Order by mail: Print an Order form from and post to Research and Markets Guinness Center, Taylors Lane, Dublin 8. Ireland.

Related Titles also available from Research and Markets:

Web Applications Developer Training -

Advanced JavaScript Programming -

Introduction to Java Training -

Thank you for your consideration.

Best Regards,

Amy Cole
Senior Manager
Research and Markets Ltd

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