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1. Java Script Made Simple (Made
2. Software Development for Engineers,
3. Weaving a Website: Programming
4. Brilliant Java Script
5. JavaScript Essential Training
6. Java Script pour les nuls
7. Java Script: Introductory Concepts
8. Visual Basic Script & Java
9. Java Script
10. JavaFX Script: Dynamic Java Scripting
11. Professional JavaScript with DHTML,
13. Jvm Programming Languages: Java,
14. Java Programming Language Family:
15. Web Enabled Commercial Application
17. Using Java Script
18. Keeping Ahead-Java Script and
19. Java Script
20. JavaScript Essential Training

1. Java Script Made Simple (Made Simple Books)
by McBride
Paperback: 208 Pages (1997-12-04)
list price: US$0.95 -- used & new: US$28.30
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Asin: 0750637978
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If you want to make your Web pages more active and interactive, you should be exploring JavaScript. As programming languages go, it is one of the easiest to learn. Though you can produce quite extensive applications with it if you really want, it is designed for small-scale work. Blocks of JavaScript code can be interwoven with standard HTML to add an extra dimension to your Web pages. This Made Simple book is not intended for proficient programmers who just need to pick up the rules and the vocabulary but is for you if you have little or no prior experience of programming, and it starts from scratch. The Author has concentrated on the basic concepts and practical uses of the language, and tried to avoid getting bogged down in technicalities. JavaScript Made Simple will take you through to the point where you can write small scripts to enhance and add interest to your Web pages. From this book you'll gain the foundations and the confidence to go further into the language. Each feature is demonstrated at work in a short example, as new concepts are best learnt through practical work.You will find exercises at the end of most chapters - use them to test your knowledge and to experiment with new ideas. The text files for the larger examples, and for all of the answers to the exercises, can be found on the Made Simple Web pages. ... Read more

2. Software Development for Engineers, C/C++, Pascal, Assembly, Visual Basic, HTML, Java Script, Java DOS, Windows NT, UNIX
by William Buchanan
Paperback: 674 Pages (1997-09-26)
list price: US$155.00 -- used & new: US$45.00
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Asin: 0340700149
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Specialisation in software has become a thing of the past. With the move towards graphical user interface programming, engineers must have a sound knowledge of several programming languages and for the first time most of the main technical languages are introduced in a single volume.

All the example programs included relate to real life applications to provide a long needed reference that students will find invaluable throughout their studies, and a definitive guide for professional developers requiring an insight into other languages. Using C++ and Pascal to provide a basic grounding in software development the author then goes on to introduce more advanced concepts such as object-orientated design through the development of C++. Sections on Visual Basic and 80X86 Assembly Language follow before Java, Windows, NT and DOS are introduced, finishing with an overview of the UNIX system. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars slightly outdated
The book is already outdated. The inclusion of Pascal was questionable, even in 1997. Outside some universities, Pascal has suffered a continual erosion of mindshare.

As for the choice of JavaScript as a scripting language, that still holds true today as a good choice. It is the dominant client-side scripting language for browsers, VBScript and JScript competitors notwithstanding.

The unix discussion could easily be modified to include linux. Minor changes here.

As for Microsoft DOS, it is a toss up whether this might still be discussed. Perhaps it might be replaced by an explanation of .NET? ... Read more

3. Weaving a Website: Programming in HTML, Java Script, Perl and Java
by Susan Anderson-Freed
Paperback: 747 Pages (2001-08-16)
list price: US$95.80 -- used & new: US$20.74
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Asin: 0130282200
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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A comprehensive introduction to web programming, requiring no prior programming experience, this book begins with HTML and moves to progressively more difficult programming languages—JavaScript, Perl, and Java. It emphasizes a hands-on approach, and contains clear instructions for carefully chosen visual examples from a wide variety of topics that will appeal to most individuals—encouraging them to find ways to capture their interests in creative web pages. Chapter topics include fonts and colors; lists; tables; anchors and images; frames and image maps; cascading style sheets; arithmetic, selection, and iteration statements; functions and objects; arrays; forms and form elements; elementary data types; and graphics. For Web Masters, Web Page Developers, and Graphic Designer for Web pages.

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Customer Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Error Ridden
I used this text book in a class on HTML and Java Script. It was too riddled with errors to recommend as a good text book on programming. Previous classes have documented over a hundred errors in the text, and code samples; some minor, and some major. There are much better guides to programming than this book.
You may save money buying just this one book , but I did not find it money well spent.

5-0 out of 5 stars Its pretty good
This book isn't horrible. The guy above obviously is an ex-lover of the author and is none to happy. The book has excellent examples and walks through the basics of HTML, JavaScript, JAVA, and perl. After you have learned the languages it is awesome for using as a reference and refresher.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic book
An absolutely amazing resource!! I took an html class, and this was the book that got me through it. The examples are interesting and clever. She's also very friendly if you ever try to e-mail her with questions.

2-0 out of 5 stars From a former student
I'm a former student of Dr. Anderson-Freed and I am currently a professional web developer.I have seen this book in two classes on web programming, the first time in a draft form and the second time in its current form.Having seen the errors and typos in the draft, and having pointed them out during class, I had hoped that the final print of the book would contain at least some of the corrections.Unfortunately, as another reviewer has pointed out, the book still contains numerous errors, typos, and just plain incorrect programming.

I still own a copy of her book because I have penned in corrections to many of the errors in the book.It covers a little bit of everything, and the little bit of reference I need for Perl and Java are met by this book and web references.However, I also currently own and recommend the HTML 4 Bible and JavaScript Bible, both published by IDG Books.I would recommend the Bible series of computer books over Dr. Anderson-Freed's book to anyone who requires a web-related programming reference.The same goes for IWU students who are taking her classes: don't buy this book.While her book contains many examples (many of which she uses in class), a good portion of her examples have code that does not produce the desired results.You would be better off reading another text and recreating the examples on your own.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best JavaScript out there
THis book is very very good
im in college and the webdesign teacher suggested a different book and i took a gamble and got this book instead and i love it ... Read more

4. Brilliant Java Script
by Ken Bluttman
Paperback: 276 Pages (2009-06)
list price: US$52.50 -- used & new: US$17.15
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Asin: 0273721534
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If you are designing websites and need an introduction to programming with the scripting language of the Web, Brilliant Javascript will show you how to use basic javascript programming to to improve the functionality and design of your webpages, validate forms, detect browsers, create cookies, and much more.SummaryJavaScript is a critical component of nearly all web pages and web applications, and is the most popular scripting language on the internet, working in all major browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Firefox, Netscape, and Opera.It is a very powerful language but often overlooked as such. For years it has been used primarily for two things validating form entries, and image rollovers. Yet there is much more under the hood. JavaScript is as powerful and comprehensive as any other development language.JavaScript gives HTML designers a programming tool- HTML authors are normally not programmers, but JavaScript is a scripting language with a very simple syntax! Almost anyone can put small "snippets" of code into their HTML pages.Brilliant JavaScript will take the reader through the necessary introductory material, and build on this to present practical applicable methods involving text, maths and numbers, and much more. Further tips will be presented in boxouts and text alerts . The book will follow a progression of knowledge; however will be modular in approach. A reader can jump right to the task(s) they need to learn and use. The step by step approach will make it easy to follow how JavaScript is written and implemented something that many developers struggle with when it comes to JavaScript's cryptic syntax. ... Read more

5. JavaScript Essential Training
by Dori Smith
DVD-ROM: Pages (2007-09-10)
list price: US$99.95 -- used & new: US$99.95
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Asin: 1596713801
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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JavaScript Essential Training takes viewers through the process of using JavaScript to fully realize a site's potential, from understanding the basics to creating real-world samples. Instructor Dori Smith explains how to work with objects, create buttons and forms that interact with site visitors, make rollovers, menus, slideshows, and countdowns, and take advantage of other practical applications. Exercise files accompany the tutorials.

Topics Include:

  • Understanding objects
  • Writing a first script
  • Interacting with site visitors
  • Understanding language essentials
  • Creating rollovers and slideshows
  • Building smarter forms
  • Handling events
  • Working with cookies
  • Working with dates and times
  • Manipulating the DOM

Duration: 7 hours
On 1 CD-ROM ... Read more

Customer Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Presentation is not so professional
The author needs to use some professional looking slides.
She is explaining using a text editor (and the html page for the scripts) during the entire training session. It's like a college lecture half century ago. If you are lecturing Latin grammar using this method this may be OK (but I'm sure that even many modern Latin teachers will use nice PowerPoint slides). It's irony that she uses an outdated teaching method in teaching modern technology. I was going to give only 1 star, but if you stick to (or should I say, endure) her lecture, at least she makes sense.If she adds well-organized presentation slides in her future version, the rate could be four or five stars (depending on the quality of the slides). $20-$30 would have been the right price. For $100, I don't think that it's worth. I think that a well-written book is much better. Not recommended for 2007 version.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great introduction to javascript
If you're new to programming and javascript, this is a great resource for getting you started. The video keeps the concepts and examples simple without dumming anything down, which is extreemly helpful. I found the personal insights by Dori especially enlightening. They provided good context for how javascript fits into the web development world. ... Read more

6. Java Script pour les nuls
by Emily A Vander Veer
Paperback: 378 Pages (2001-04-18)

Isbn: 2844278876
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7. Java Script: Introductory Concepts and Techniques
by Gary B. Shelly, Thomas J. Cashman, William J. Dorin
Paperback: 216 Pages (2000-08)
list price: US$26.95
Isbn: 0789562340
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Part of the highly successful Shelly Cashman Series, this text offers clear, step-by-step, screen-by-screen approach to learning JavaScript. ... Read more

Customer Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars An excellent book for the beginning web-site developer
The book leads the user through the initial steps of using javascript. Well written for the visual learner. It gives you enough of the need-to-know to get your feet wet and prepare you for the more advanced user reference guides.

1-0 out of 5 stars Try another book; this one's not worth it.
I received this book free, and I still think it's a rip-off, just because it takes up shelf space. I can't imagine why anyone would pay $45.95 for it.

The book's fine for learning really simple things like the

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