APJAVA - JavaScript Programming

You used XHTML to develop web pages with interactive content to attract visitors. In this course, you will develop interactive web content using JavaScript.

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Students must have some basic knowledge of programming. They should be able to create web pages using XHTML code. They should also be proficient in using web browsers such as Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox.

Detailed Class Syllabus

Lesson 1: Getting Started with JavaScript

Topic 1A: Create a Basic JavaScript Script
Topic 1B: Execute a Script
Topic 1C: Add Comments to a Script

Lesson 2: Managing the Browser Window

Topic 2A: Display Messages on the Status Bar
Topic 2B: Open a Linked Page in a New Window

Lesson 3: Managing the Document

Topic 3A: Write Content to a Document
Topic 3B: Create a Dynamic Document

Lesson 4: Manipulating Data and Functions

Topic 4A: Create a Form
Topic 4B: Create a Function
Topic 4C: Store Data Using Variables
Topic 4D: Manipulate Data Using Operators
Topic 4E: Convert Data Types

Lesson 5: Validating Statements Using Control Constructs

Topic 5A: Validate Statements
Topic 5B: Execute Statements Iteratively

Lesson 6: Calculating Numerical Values

Topic 6A: Calculate Numerical Values
Topic 6B: Manipulate String Values
Topic 6C: Manipulate Date Values

Lesson 7: Using Regular Expressions and Understanding Ajax

Topic 7A: Use Regular Expressions to Match Patterns in Strings
Topic 7B: Understand the Basics of Ajax

Lesson 8: Using Programming Techniques

Topic 8A: Maintain JavaScript Code
Topic 8B: Debug JavaScript Code

Lesson 9: Implementing Cross-Browser Compatibility

Topic 9A: Provide Support for Multiple Browsers
Topic 9B: Enable JavaScript
Topic 9C: Detect Browser and JavaScript Versions
Topic 9D: Detect Objects
Topic 9E: Handle Exceptions

Lesson 10: Using Custom Objects in JavaScript

Topic 10A: Create Custom Objects
Topic 10B: Use Constructor Functions
Topic 10C: Add Methods to Objects
Topic 10D: Use Prototype Functions

Lesson 11: Working with Arrays

Topic 11A: Create Arrays
Topic 11B: Delete Array Elements
Topic 11C: Use Multi-Dimensional Arrays

Lesson 12: Handling Cookies Using JavaScript

Topic 12A: Use Cookie Objects
Topic 12B: Store Cookies
Topic 12C: Process Cookie Values
Topic 12D: Delete Cookies

Lesson 13: Validating Forms Using JavaScript

Topic 13A: Validate Forms Using the Generic Approach
Topic 13B: Implement Generic Validation Using Custom Objects

Lesson 14: Programming Using DOM API

Topic 14A: Traverse Documents
Topic 14B: Modify Documents
Topic 14C: Append Nodes to Documents

Lesson 15: Communicating with Applets and Server Applications

Topic 15A: Communicate with Adobe Flash Content
Topic 15B: Communicate with ActiveX
Topic 15C: Communicate with Server Applications

Lesson 16: Using Ajax

Topic 16A: Create an XMLHttpRequest Object
Topic 16B: Fetch Information from Servers Using the XMLHttpRequest Object

Lesson 17: Creating Applications with Ajax

Topic 17A: Create an Auto-Complete Application Using Ajax
Topic 17B: Interact with a Database Using Ajax
Topic 17C: Validate Forms Using Ajax
Topic 17D: Work with Third-Party Ajax Libraries