JavaScript - Intermediate

JavaScript was first known as LiveScript, but Netscape changed its name to JavaScript, possibly because of the excitement being generated by Java. JavaScript made its first appearance in Netscape 2.0 in 1995 with the name LiveScript. The general-purpose core of the language has been embedded in Netscape, Internet Explorer, and other web browsers. The ECMA-262 Specification defined a standard version of the core JavaScript language.  JavaScript is a lightweight, interpreted programming language.  Designed for creating network-centric applications.  Complementary to and integrated with Java.  Complementary to and integrated with HTML.  Open and cross-platform.

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Last updated Tue, 17-May-2022
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Course overview

One of major strengths of JavaScript is that it does not require expensive

development tools. You can start with a simple text editor such as Notepad. Since it is an interpreted language inside the context of a web browser, you don't even need to buy a compiler. To make our life simpler, various vendors have come up with very nice JavaScript editing tools. Some of them are listed here:  Microsoft FrontPage: Microsoft has developed a popular HTML editor called FrontPage. FrontPage also provides web developers with a number of JavaScript tools to assist in the creation of interactive websites.

 Macromedia Dreamweaver MX: Macromedia Dreamweaver MX is a very popular HTML and JavaScript editor in the professional web development crowd. It provides several handy prebuilt JavaScript components, integrates well with databases, and conforms to new standards such as XHTML and XML.

Macromedia HomeSite

5: HomeSite 5 is a well-liked HTML and JavaScript editor from Macromedia that can be used to manage personal websites effectively.

Curriculum for this course
46 Lessons 03:16:00 Hours
JavaScript Tutorial for Beginners
46 Lessons 03:16:00 Hours
  • Introduction
    Preview 00:02:14
  • Statements
    00:03:20
  • Variables
    00:05:13
  • Variables Part 2
    00:02:36
  • Run
    00:03:21
  • Functions
    00:04:12
  • Functions Part 2
    00:03:42
  • Operators
    00:07:01
  • Conditionals Part 1
    00:04:46
  • Conditionals Part 2
    00:02:30
  • Loops
    00:03:14
  • Loops Part 2
    00:02:42
  • Function and if statement
    00:03:31
  • Return statement
    00:03:13
  • Global and local variables
    00:03:25
  • Pass by value
    00:01:30
  • Arrays
    00:04:40
  • Objects
    00:06:09
  • Objects Part 2
    00:03:05
  • Objects Part 3
    00:04:25
  • Objects Part 4
    00:02:50
  • String Object
    00:06:38
  • Math Object
    00:03:00
  • Date Object
    00:05:32
  • Document Object Model
    00:06:53
  • getElementById method
    00:07:07
  • getElementsByTagName method
    00:05:16
  • getElementsByTagName Part 2
    00:04:06
  • getElementsByClassName
    00:04:07
  • Replace content using inner HTML
    00:02:30
  • Reading content using inner HTML
    00:02:46
  • Changing an image
    00:03:44
  • Intro to events
    00:04:19
  • The mouse over event
    00:04:04
  • Change image with mouse over
    00:02:58
  • Creating a new element
    00:10:41
  • Creating a new element Part 2
    00:03:20
  • Remove element
    00:05:11
  • Create attribute
    00:04:40
  • Traversing the DOM
    00:06:12
  • Traversing the DOM Part 2
    00:02:28
  • Traversing the DOM Part 3
    00:02:47
  • Form Validation Part 1
    00:09:31
  • Form Validation Part 2
    00:04:34
  • Form Validation Part 5
    00:03:17
  • Placement of script tag
    00:02:40
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