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JavaScript Introduction / Intermediate

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Course Description
Students will learn how to use JavaScript to enhance their Web pages.

Prerequisites: Knowledge of HTML, solid knowledge of standard programming techniques, some knowledge of object-based programming techniques.

Course Content


This ILT Series course teaches students how to use JavaScript to create interactive Web pages. Students will learn about the uses and advantages of JavaScript, and will learn how to embed JavaScript code in an HTML document. They will also learn how to use variables, data types, functions, operators, and decision-making and iteration constructs. In addition, students will learn about objects, methods, and properties. Finally, students will learn how to handle events on a form and write scripts for form elements.

Table Of Contents:

Unit 1: JavaScript basics

Topic A: Introducing JavaScript
Topic B: Using the SCRIPT tag

Unit 2: Programming basics

Topic A: Using variables, data types, and functions
Topic B: Using JavaScript operators
Topic C: Using control structures

Unit 3: Working with language objects

Topic A: Understanding objects, methods, and properties
Topic B: Working with Math, String, and Date objects

Unit 4: Working with Document and Window objects

Topic A: Writing to a Web page
Topic B: Creating new windows

Unit 5: Working with the Form object and events

Topic A: Handling events on a form
Topic B: Scripting for form elements