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JavaScript Fundamentals

DURATION: 16 hours (2 days)


  • Participants must have completed Basic Internet Business Fundamentals (BIBF).

  • Advanced Internet Business Fundamentals (AIBF), and HTML Fundamentals (HTMLF).

  • or have equivalent Internet knowledge, and be proficient in HyperText Markup Language (HTML) authoring. No previous programming experience is required.

Course Description

JavaScript Fundamentals is a two-day program that teaches developers how to use the features of the JavaScript language and the Netscape Navigator browser. Participants learn how to write JavaScript programs that can be plugged into Web pages or customized, and examine advanced issues such as debugging techniques and JavaScript security.

Course Objectives

After completing this course, students should be able to:

  • Explain the JavaScript object model.

  • Declare variables.

  • Create functions.

  • Define reserved words and keywords.

  • Use assignment and string operators.

  • Explain operator precedence.

  • Write JavaScript statements.

  • Code JavaScript events and event handlers.

  • Control program flow.

  • Conduct form validation using JavaScript.

  • Use JavaScript variables and arrays.

  • Target frames with JavaScript.

  • Manipulate image maps with JavaScript.

  • Define and utilize cookies.

  • Discuss JavaScript security considerations.

  • Create custom JavaScript objects.

  • Debug JavaScript code.

  • Use JavaScript with active content.

Who Should Attend

Webmasters, software developers, application programmers, client/server developers, and desktop publishers.

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