One Day Introduction to JavaScript Training

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Course Description

 
Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: Understand what JavaScript is, what it can do, and how it works Use JavaScript to display messages in the Netscape status bar, display the current date, and display and dynamically update the current time Use JavaScript to create scrolling text banners and to create a RoloURL to access URLs from a list Use JavaScript to validate then submit user-entered HTML form data Use JavaScript to generate an HTML table to display a monthly calendar in its own window Use JavaScript to manage the final multiframe JavaScript Central! home page
Course Length: 1 Days
Course Tuition: $330 (US)

Prerequisites

Solid knowledge of HTML, solid knowledge of standard programming techniques, some knowledge of object-based programming techniques.

Course Outline

 
Lesson 1: Getting started with JavaScript
JavaScript: What is it?
JavaScript: What can it do?
JavaScript: How does it work?
 
Lesson 2: JavaScript scripting basics, part 1
Displaying messages in the Netscape status bar
Displaying the current date
Displaying and dynamically updating the current time
 
Lesson 3: JavaScript scripting basics, part 2
Creating scrolling text banners
Creating a RoloURL to access URLs from a list
 
Lesson 4: Validating user-entered data
Validating user-entered text data
Validating user-entered numeric data
Validating user-entered check box data
Enabling the Surveys Submit button
 
Lesson 5: Generating tables and windows
Generating an HTML table to display a monthly calendar
Displaying the current month in the calendar table
Enabling users to display other months
Displaying the calendar in its own window
 
Lesson 6: Managing frames
Laying out the final multiframe JavaScript Central! page
Displaying documents in windows and frames
Creating Back and Forward frame-history navigation buttons
 
Appendix A: JavaScript scripting reference

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