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JavaScript Training Course teaches JavaScript using the by-example methodology that focuses on hands-on learning. This course's learning path contains hundreds of small, easy-to-understand examples that demonstrate the range of JavaScript's power.

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JavaScript Training Summary

JavaScript Training Course teaches JavaScript using the by-example methodology that focuses on hands-on learning. This course's unique and classroom-tested learning path contains hundreds of small, easy-to-understand examples that demonstrate the full range of JavaScript's power.

One step at a time, JavaScript Traiing Course guides new JavaScript programmers through every essential technique, from script setup to advanced DOM and CSS programming.

JavaScript Training Objectives Coverage includes:
  • Data types, literals, and variables
  • Operators, control structures, and functions
  • Building dialog boxes and working with JavaScript objects using the Browser object: navigator, windows frames, dynamic images, and links
  • Event handling, regular expressions, and form validation
  • The JavaScript Document Object Model (DOM), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and Dynamic HTML
Audience for JavaScript Training

Whether you're a first-time or long-time scripter, a Web professional or sysadmin, this course will help you write rock-solid JavaScripts that get the job done.

JavaScript Training Outline
Introduction to JavaScript
  • What JavaScript Is and What JavaScript Is Not
  • What JavaScript Is Used For
  • JavaScript and Events
  • What Versions? What Browsers?
  • Where to Put JavaScript
  • JavaScript and Old or Disabled Browsers
  • JavaScript from External Files
Script Setup
  • The HTML Document and JavaScript
  • Syntactical Details
  • Generating HTML and Printing Output
  • About Debugging
The Building Blocks: Data Types, Literals, and Variables
  • Data Types
  • Variables
  • Bugs to Watch For
  • Exercises
Dialog Boxes
  • Interacting with the User Exercises
  • About JavaScript Operators and Expressions
  • Types of Operators Number, String, or Boolean?
  • Datatype Conversion
  • Special Operators
Under Certain Conditions
  • Control Structures, Blocks, and Compound Statements
  • Conditionals
  • Loops
  • What Is a Function?
  • Debugging
  • What Are Objects?
  • User-Defined Objects
  • Manipulating Objects
JavaScript Core Objects
  • What Are Core Objects?
  • Array Objects
  • Array Properties and Methods
  • The Date Object
  • The Math Object
  • What Is a Wrapper Object?
The Browser Objects: Navigator, Windows, and Frames
  • JavaScript and the Browser Object Model
The Document Objects: Forms, Images, and Links
  • The Document Object Model
  • Introduction to Forms
  • Introduction to Images
  • Introduction to Links
Handling Events
  • Introduction to Event Handlers
  • Event Handlers as JavaScript Methods
  • Handling a Window or Frame Event
  • Handling Mouse Events
  • Handling Link Events
  • Handling a Form Event
  • Handling Key Events: onKeyPress, onKeyDown, and onKeyUp
  • Handling Error Events
  • The event Object
Regular Expressions and Pattern Matching
  • What Is a Regular Expression?
  • Creating a Regular Expression
  • Getting Control—The Metacharacters
  • Form Validation with Regular Expressions
  • What Are Cookies?
  • Creating a Cookie with JavaScript
Dynamic HTML: Style Sheets, the DOM, and JavaScript
  • What Is Dynamic HTML?
  • What Is a Style Sheet?
  • Types of Style Sheets
  • Where Does JavaScript Fit In?
JavaScript Web Resources
  • HTML Documents: A Basic Introduction
    • Intro to the Intro
    • What Is HTML? HTML Tags
    • The Minimal HTML Document
    • Character Formatting
    • Linking
    • Adding Comments
    • Case Sensitivity
    • Graphics and Images
    • Troubleshooting
    • Metatags, Cascading Style Sheets, and Java
    • Looking Behind the Scenes (or, What Did We Do Before the Right-Click?)
    • What About Frames?
  • CGI and Perl: They Hyper Dynamic Duo
    • What Is CGI?
    • Internet Communication Between Client and Server
    • Creating a Web Page with HTML
    • How HTML and CGI Work Together
    • Log Files
    • Where to Find CGI Applications
    • Getting Information Into and Out of the CGI Script
    • Processing Forms with CGI
    • The CGIpm Module
Guaranteed to Run Notification

This course may not be Guaranteed to Run. In the training industry, especially when it comes to niche training courses, a provider sometimes may cancel a scheduled course. This happens due to lack of registrations.

Various providers have various thresholds for running a course. When a course is scheduled, it is by default tentative. Once the required number of registrations has been reached, the course will become confirmed.

When you register for this course you will be contacted by the trainer to confirm that this course is running. If you would like to find out if this course is running BEFORE registering please call us at 1-877-313-8881.

Prerequisites & Certificates

Knowledge of HTML is recommended

Certificates offered

  • A take-home copy of the courseware and/or textbook(s) and example/lab files.
  • All equipment required to perform the hands-on parts of this class. This usually means a personal computer.
  • Refreshments. This usually includes coffee, tea, juices, soft drinks, and water to keep you hydrated. Often, continental breakfast is also included.

Cancellation Policy
Cancellation and Reschedule Policy is:

* Full refund if you notify us two weeks ahead
* Half-refund if you notify us a week ahead
* No refund if you don't notify us at all or let us know too late (within a week of the class)

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