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JavaScript For Dummies? e-book

Author:

Emily A. Vander Veer

Language:

English

Category:

IT

Subcategory:

Web Development & Design

ePub size:

1280 kb

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Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

For Dummies; 1 edition (October 29, 1996)

Pages:

400

ISBN:

0764500716

JavaScript For Dummies? e-book

by Emily A. Vander Veer


Emily Vander Veer is an experienced Web developer with a talent for making technology understandable.

Emily Vander Veer is an experienced Web developer with a talent for making technology understandable. She's the author or coauthor of eleven books on Web technology.

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The author does an extremely poor job of setting a context and overview - it's straight into the code and syntax. Since I know Java, it wasn't difficult to follow.

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Her work has appeared in numerous online and print publications including Byte, CNET, Object Magazine, and WEBTechniques. Emily resides in the hill country of Austin, Texas, where she lives with her husband, Clay (a jazz guitarist nonpareil), and her two–pound pooches, Lochlan and Ceilidh. Country of Publication.

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That's where Creating Web Pages All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies comes into play. Not only does it decipher all those acronyms in plain English for you, but it also shows you everything (hence the All-in-One part of the title) you need to know about creating your own Web site. Emily resides in the hill country of Austin, Texas, where she lives with her husband, Clay (a jazz guitarist nonpareil), and her two-pound pooches, Lochlan and Ceilidh. When she's not hard at work at her keyboard, Emily enjoys traveling, both in the . You can contact Emily by e-mail at emilyvnet

Confused about the difference between Java and JavaScript? You're not the only one. In JavaScript For Dummies, you discover how (with the easy-to-use JavaScript language) you can achieve many of the interactivity and multimedia features that your Web pages are crying out for -- without having to delve into the complex world of Java object-oriented programming. Programming expert Emily Vander Veer shares her own tips and tricks for enhancing your otherwise-static Web pages with dynamic elements -- including ticker-tape-style scrolling messages and buttons that provide user feedback. Plus, to make getting started even easier, you get a bonus CD-ROM containing HTML editors and JavaScript code that you can adapt for your own Web pages.
SkroN
It's okay but I feel as though more material could have been covered. It's a good introduction to Javascript although the book itself is very outdated (mentions IE6 and Netscape).

Versions do matter and I would skip this one and go with a more up to date version.

If you want to learn Javascript I wouldn't recommend it because there are much better books out there.
Grokinos
No it did not because the c that went with it was broke when I got it. I tried to get the seller to tell me where I could get another to replace it. The book is no good without the cd.
Anarius
This book reads like it was slapped together from a small handful of quick notes. Actually, I would think someone could make better notes than that. The disc does not contain the example codes the book says it does. It's a rather expensive way to waste your time in an attempt to learn something. The explanations are weak and much too brief for a beginner or even someone with programming experience. I thought it would be a fun way to get started before I moved on to more advanced books, but it is incomprehensible and a great frustration to read. Buyer beware, and notice how poorly this book has been rated.
Rocky Basilisk
This book is good for a quick introduction to JavaScript. There's lots of general tricks and techniques, plenty of ideas, and code snippets to reuse (on the CD). However, the descriptions of HOW the code worked I found lacking. There were various details about exactly WHAT the Js interpreter was doing to parse the code. The book left me feeling that I had lots of great ideas, but that when I sat down to apply them and make something original--there'd be lots of bugs based on details that I wasn't told about. Good starter, good reference--definitely not "text-book" quality--but it was fun to play with.
Thordigda
If you are learning JavaScript first learn some HTML then get this book. It will give enough background to get an a in any college course, but do it before you start the course.
Ieslyaenn
Not to sound trite, but this book was written by Dummies.... the examples are not true to life, there are too many mistakes and the explaination of JavaScript is too complicated and overblown.
Bliss
Love it!
The accompanying CD is very good. It's OK but out of date.

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