Aimed at the HTML designer with or without previous programming experience, the JavaScript Bible, Fourth Edition, brings a popular text up to date with a full tour of using JavaScript with all of today's Web browsers. Smart, very approachable, and filled with many useful tips, this book can put JavaScript development into the reach of just about anyone.

  • : Shareware / $49.99
  • : Danny Goodman, Brendan Eich
  • : 22.12.2007

JavaScript is great, but at best it is a complementary language for Web development. JavaScript for the World Wide Web offers a productive, how-to style that lets you solve a problem or pick up a trick and then move on with the rest of your work. / Consistent with other members of Peachpit's Visual QuickStart Guide series, this title makes wise use of side-by-side explanations and screen shots, as well as code snippets and their analysis. This approach gives readers the feeling that the authors are sitting by their side and showing them how to code scripts. Most subjects are handled with numbered steps, such as "Validating Zip Codes," and useful tips punctuate the text.

  • : Shareware / $17.98
  • : Tom Negrino, Dori Smith
  • : 20.01.2008

When Peachpit Press released the debut edition of JavaScript for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide, it immediately became one of the most useful tools for busy Web developers. Now in its fourth edition, this book has been improved, expanded, and more finely tuned. / Written for Web coders who have at least some familiarity with HTML, the book doesn't necessarily require you to have knowledge of JavaScript programming or scripting. The presentation is illustrative and productive, and concepts are introduced via practical examples, explained briefly, presented in code, and then explained line by line. Using judicious screen shots and new code highlighted in red, the authors have made JavaScript for the World Wide Web quite intuitive. In this new edition, they point out features compatible with only certain Web browsers using new IE and Netscape icons.

  • : Shareware / $19.98
  • : Tom Negrino, Dori Smith
  • : 11.02.2009

JavaScript Programmer's Reference documents JavaScript, JScript, and ECMAScript to the degree that they're standardized, and goes on to catalog the extensions major browser publishers have added to the languages. In essence, this book is a resource for finding out how the major browsers (Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, and Opera) implement their Document Object Models (DOMs), both standard and proprietary, and how they access DOM elements through JavaScript and similar scripting languages.

  • : Shareware / $39.99
  • : Cliff Wootton
  • : 27.06.2008

This hands-on, step-by-step tutorial is ideal for new programmers and those new to JavaScript. Designed for easy learning, this beginner's guide features: * Modules-Each programming concept is divided into logical modules (chapters), ideal for individualized learning * Goals-Each module opens with the specific programming skills you'll have by the end of the module * Ask the Experts-Q&A sections throughout are filled with extra information and interesting commentary * 1-Minute Drills-Quick self-assessment sections to check your progress * Annotated Syntax-Example code annotated with commentary that points to the particular technique illustrated * Projects-Coding exercises contained in each module show how to apply what you are learning * Mastery Checks-End-of-module reviews that test your knowledge using short-answer, multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, and simple coding questions / Book Info / (Osborne) Hands-on resource for learning to create dynamic and flexible Web pages with JavaScript, using a flexible 'easy learning' design which features screen shots, real-world programming tasks, 1-minute drills, and other features to facilitate absorption of the material. Also features projects designed to help readers sense their progress. Softcover.

  • : Shareware / $29.98
  • : John Pollock
  • : 25.06.2007

JavaScript: The Definitive Guide is a complete programmer's guide and reference manual for JavaScript. It is particularly useful for developers working with the latest standards-compliant web browsers, like Internet Explorer 6, Netscape 6, and Mozilla. HTML authors can learn how to use JavaScript to build dynamic web pages. Experienced programmers can quickly find the information they need to start writing sophisticated JavaScript programs. This book is an indispensable reference for all JavaScript programmers, regardless of experience level.

  • : Shareware / $44.95
  • : David Flanagan
  • : 11.09.2011

Twenty-four lessons to becoming proficient in JavaScript programming languages. Teaches skills such as building dynamic Web pages, creating rollovers and animations, creating shopping cart scripts, and debugging applications. Previous edition not cited. Softcover.

  • : Shareware / $24.98
  • : Michael G. Moncur
  • : 15.09.2009

Most Web developers pick up a book to learn how to use a language like JavaScript, looking for practical examples of how to get things done. The Book of JavaScript: A Practical Guide to Interactive Web Pages is plenty practical, and hits the mark as a reader-friendly and well-organized tutorial on JavaScript. / The book assumes no prior knowledge in JavaScript or other procedural languages, although familiarity with HTML is best. The well-thought-out text focuses on various programming goals--like rollovers and form validation--instead of the anatomy of the JavaScript language itself. The fast-moving chapters skillfully weave text with example code. Sections of the code and related sections of the accompanying text are numbered--a convention that is very helpful in teaching new techniques, and for quick reference later on.

  • : Shareware / $29.94
  • : Thau, Dave Thau, David Thau
  • : 04.04.2007