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Overview of scripting in NS6  Overview of scripting in NS6

 This tutorial discusses some essential techniques for scripting and getting your scripts to work in the new NS6....

An Object Lesson in Javascript  An Object Lesson in Javascript

 This is a new article on Devshed.com that may be of interest. It`s called "An Object Lesson in Javascript," and it`s all about using Object Oriented Programming techniques to enhance JavaScript coding....
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Using named arguments in JavaScript functions  Using named arguments in JavaScript functions

 Want to create functions in JavaScript that can accept varying number of parameters, or parameters specified in arbitrary order? This tutorial shows you how....

JavaScript Functions  JavaScript Functions

 In this JavaScript tutorial, you will learn about JavaScript functions and how to create them....

Javascript Event Handlers  Javascript Event Handlers

 An event handler executes a segment of a code based on certain events occurring within the application, such as onLoad or onClick. This tutorial along with an example explains each of all the event handlers in JavaScript....
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Formatting numbers for decimals and significant digits  Formatting numbers for decimals and significant digits

 This useful tutorial shows you how to format numbers for a specific number of decimal places or significant digits in JavaScript....

Building a Javascript array  Building a Javascript array

 Here are the basics of how to make a simple javascript array for your HTML page. To get you started, first you have to call the scripting method you are going to use. In this case we will call javascripting method....

Defining arrays using literal notation  Defining arrays using literal notation

 Literal notation is a new way of defining arrays in JavaScript that`s extremely flexible and robust. Learn about literal notation in this tutorial....
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JavaScript Operators  JavaScript Operators

 Comprehensive listing of available operators in JavaScript, from Arithmetic, Comparison, Assignment, to Logical and more....

Introductory Guide to Regular Expressions  Introductory Guide to Regular Expressions

 Comprehensive tutorial on Regular Expressions written in a gentle, easy to follow style....

Events in JavaScript: An Inside Look  Events in JavaScript: An Inside Look

 Events are the glue which hold together the word inter-active. In learning to control and handle events you bridge the gap between a two-dimensional web page and a three-dimensional one. In this article we look closely at events, what they are, how to handle them with JavaScript, and how they differ -- in some cases significantly -- between the fourth generation versions of Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer....

Basic array building with javascripting  Basic array building with javascripting

 This is for those new to javascripting. This tutorial will show you how to create a javascript array in the internet browser....

Programmer`s Guide to Regular Expressions  Programmer`s Guide to Regular Expressions

 Concise, to-the-point tutorial on Regular Expressions with sections on more advanced aspects of the feature....

Writing Classes in Javascript  Writing Classes in Javascript

 Writing classes in JavaScript doesn`t give full functionality of an object oriented language, but it at least gives data hiding and encapsulation which are very useful specially when JavaScript is not a strongly typed language. It is very useful in cases when you need to handle multiple objects , instead of having arrays for all kinds of variables and then managing those arrays in methods you can just write a class to handle one object and then make many instances of that class. This also gives the name space resolution to the variables so that you can avoid using global variables and still use variables across procedures....

Web Code Optimization  Web Code Optimization

 Google and Yahoo! know that speeding pages to their users is crucial. Both companies have invested millions of dollars in the server capacity and software enhancements that it takes to quickly serve search results to millions of users everyday. However, the optimizations that these companies perform do not stop at infrastructure investments. They optimize the delivery of their data right down to the data itself. In the case of Google and Yahoo!, these smart coding practices were most likely designed into the development of their applications. Unfortunately, many Web authors and developers are forced with the task of applying smart optimization practices to an already complete Web site. There are ways that you can easily perform the same types of optimizations on your existing Web site code. Using a good Web site optimization tool is the best way and it can lead to substantial savings on any Web site. The following article is an illustration of how much can be saved on a typical Web pa...

JavaScript Array object  JavaScript Array object

 Explanation and listing of the Array object in JavaScript and its methods and properties....

JavaScript Tester  JavaScript Tester

 This service will allow you test JavaScript code snippets. This is a FREE service....

Using Regular Expressions in JavaScript  Using Regular Expressions in JavaScript

 Regular expressions are represented as samples for searching set symbols combinations in text lines (this search refers to comparison to the sample)....

JavaScript FileUpload object  JavaScript FileUpload object

 In this JavaScript tutorial, you will learn about FileUpload object, FileUpload properties, accessKey, disabled, form, name, type, value, FileUpload methods - blur(), focus(), select(), handleEvent(), click() and event handlers - onblur, onchange and onfocus....

JavaScript Event Object  JavaScript Event Object

 In this JavaScript tutorial you will learn about JavaScript event object, properties of event object, altKey, ctrlKey and shiftKey, button, integer value action representation, cancelBubble, clientX and clientY, fromElement and toElement, height and width....

 

 

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