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DOM Scripting: Web Design with JavaScript & the Document Object Model (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 20 set 2005

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Jeremy Keith is a freelance Web Developer living and working on the south coast of England. He is speaking at this year's South by South-West Web Design Conference in the US.

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5.0 su 5 stelle Supurb introduction to JavaScript for Designers 17 dicembre 2007
Di Michael McKee - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
DOM Scripting by Jeremy Keith turned out to be just what I was looking for. It isn't AJAX. It's JavaScript, from a solid standards based model, that promotes well formed XHTML and CSS. It's good scripting build on top of good code, which is a good thing.

If the book simply promoted "best practices" it would be worthwhile. But this is a very good teaching text, too. The last feature is so rare that I bow to Mr. Keith. So often programming texts are written by and for alpha geeks and are opaque to mere mortals. I can actually understand this book the first time through.

DOM Scripting is written, not to programmers but to designers, albeit designers who are competent hand coders, but designers, none the less. The examples make sense. The projects are ones I actually will use. And terms are described in plain English, with no assumptions of some core, pre-existing knowledge. What makes this book even friendlier is that fact that it isn't a doorstop. At less than 400 pages, including appendices, it's not so intimidating that it will never get read.

If you read and work this book, you will have a solid foundation in client side, interactive web design. If you need to do AJAX, you will have a good handle on how to work its basic tools in your web pages.

If you already know JavaScript and simply want to get current on the DOM, you should find this a quick read and not a reference.
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5.0 su 5 stelle What A Great Book! 25 giugno 2014
Di J. Dadlez - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This is an outstanding book. I has excellent step-by-step examples, and explains things that I’ve never read in other programming books. The examples might seem a little outdated by todays slick JQuery standards, but you’ll know what you’re doing when you’re done. It’s like being able to build your own Volkswagen Bug from scratch instead of going out and buying the latest Hi-Tech vehicle. The first way means you know where all the pieces fit and you’ll understand how everything works.

It’s not for newbies. Read a decent book on beginning JavaScript before you tackle this one. Also, know HTML and CSS. If you do, I guarantee it’ll be worth it.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Learned a lot from this book 25 gennaio 2011
Di Andrew Liu - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Why I bought this book: Building dynamic websites looks like fun. The first edition got great reviews. I decided to buy the second edition because it contains some info about HTML5.

My review: I thoroughly enjoyed the book and finished it in a few days. It is a friendly introduction to the DOM, CSS, and Javascript. It was helpful that I already went through the quick W3C online tutorials on HTML, DOM, CSS, and Javascript. That's all you really need as prerequisites. The book explains many issues clearly and in a step-by-step fashion. There are several typos but they were pretty obvious and did not hinder my learning. The code examples are fun.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Finally, a book to teach us JavaScript DOM 28 gennaio 2006
Di Frank Stepanski - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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There's been a lull in the past couple years with JavaScript books. Even though there are many sites that use DHTML and DOM scripting, there never was any books that really explain how to do these very useful and cool effects. Plenty of websites to download and copy code, but nothing that really explains how to do it. UNTIL NOW!!!

The moment I start reading the first chapter, I knew I would finally learn what DOM scripting really meant. I've read through many basic JavaScript books from different publishers but all of them just briefly described how the DOM worked in one brief chapter. The whole DOM Scripting book talks about it.

The first 2 chapters are a brief refresher course of the JavaScript basics, and then the 3rd chapter starts in with the DOM. After a thorough explanation of what it is and how it can be used, the next chapters go through various projects in reviewing how it can be used in real life web design.

There are eight chapters that explain and show you how DOM scripting can be used. The final chapter talks about the future of scripting and gives examples of AJAX--a great bonus!

I highly recommend this book to anybody who wants to take their JavaScript code to the next level. It's also a great book to help would-be AJAX programmers as well. Since you have to have a very good understanding of DOM to create AJAX applications.
5.0 su 5 stelle Excellent explanation 31 luglio 2016
Di billfish - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I'm a conceptual guy. I like explanations, not examples. I've read many other explanations of the Document Object Model but never felt like I really understood it or could use it. After reading this I'm completely comfortable with the concepts and am confident that I could use the DOM, though I'd have to look at examples while I was doing so. Note that I already know HTML and CSS and a certain amount of Javascript.