Category Archives: Javascript

Form Validation

If you run a little preliminary validation of the user’s form input before the form is submitted, there will be no wait time. Client-side validation is instantaneous because it doesn’t have to transmit any data. JavaScript catches any erroneous data the user enters before it goes anywhere.

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JavaScript: Form Validation

Any interactive web site has form input – a place where the users input different kind of information. This data is passed to ASP script, or some other technology and if the data contains an error, there will be a delay before the information travels over the Internet to the server, is examined on the server, and then returns to the user along with an error message.

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How To Learning jQuery | denbagus blog

jQuery has become a must for web developers and web desingers. We all know jQuery is very popular for making your website a more dynamic appearance and attractive to visitors. Therefore, many web developers trying to improve knowledge about jQuery.

This article has been collecting how to learn jQuery. You will be invited to further explore what is jQuery, the techniques of the jQuery development. And do not hesitate to leave a comment at the end of the article

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Jquery | Graphic and Web Design Blog

Jquery | Graphic and Web Design Blog.

jQuery for Beginners series

Javascript Cheat Sheet: Developer Reference Tools For The iPhone | Concentric Sky

Javascript Cheat Sheet: Developer Reference Tools For The iPhone | Concentric Sky.

JavaScript Anywhere

JavaScript Anywhere.

PINT: Classes: Introduction to JavaScript

JavaScript 1

Winter 2010 | University of California, San Diego Extension

Course Statement

This course introduces the use of client side Web scripting using JavaScript. The course is not strictly about the constructs in the language, but covers overall use, philosophy of the language, and how it will effect Web design as a whole. JavaScript is the main focus of the class, but we will also study the concept of Dynamic HTML (DHTML), which includes (X)HTML and CSS. Ajax will not be covered in this class and is covered in-depth in a related course. The class is lecture and hands-on oriented. However, students are expected to work on projects outside of class hours. Some notes will be provided, however there is a required text for outside reading. Prior programming knowledge is not mandatory but will be extremely helpful. Students really should know (X)HTML in order to take this class. This class is not meant for people who already have significant working experience with JavaScript.

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Pro JavaScript Techniques, by John Resig – Example Code

Pro JavaScript Techniques, by John Resig – Example Code.

Douglas Crockford – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Douglas Crockford is a senior JavaScript architect at Yahoo! In the 1970s he went to San Francisco State University.

Crockford is well known for his work in introducing JavaScript Object Notation (JSON). He has also worked on the computerization of media at Atari, Lucasfilm, and Paramount. He became something of a cult figure on videogame oriented listservs in the early 1990s after he posted his memoir “The Expurgation of Maniac Mansion” to a videogaming bulletin board; the memoir documented his efforts to censor the computer game Maniac Mansion to Nintendo’s satisfaction so that they could release it as a cartridge, and Crockford’s mounting frustrations as Nintendo’s demands became more obscure and confusing.[1]

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