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  The JavaScript Weblog
Using a Javascript syntax, developers can add their own functionality to the program to do several repetitive tasks with the click of a button, for example.
Using Javascript to utilize the scroll wheel a la Google maps is the new "cool guy" thing.
The JavaScript Weblog is a member of the Weblogs, Inc. Network.
javascript.weblogsinc.com   (1761 words)

  JavaScript - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Despite the name, JavaScript is only distantly related to the Java programming language, the main similarity being their common debt to the C programming language.
JavaScript is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc., used under license for technology invented and implemented by Netscape.
Because JavaScript is interpreted, loosely-typed, and must run at the client-side in varying environments (host applications), implementations and versions the programmer has to take extra care to make sure the code executes as expected in as wide a range of circumstances as possible, and that functionality degrades nicely when it does not.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/JavaScript   (2030 words)

 JavaScript Computer Encyclopedia Enterprise Resource Directory Complete Guide to Internet   (Site not responding. Last check: )
JavaScript is intimately tied to the {World-Wide Web}, and currently runs in only three environments - as a {server}-side {scripting} language, as an embedded language in {server-parsed HTML}, and as an embedded language run in web {browsers} where it is the most important part of {DHTML}.
JavaScript has a simplified {C}-like {syntax} and is tightly integrated with the browser {Document Object Model}.
JavaScript runs "100x" slower than {C}, as it is purely interpreted ({Java} runs "10x" slower than C code).
www.jaysir.com /computer-encyclopedia/j/javascript-computer-terms.htm   (216 words)

 JavaScript Info - Encyclopedia WikiWhat.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
JavaScript is an object-oriented scripting language originally developed by Netscape Communications under the name LiveScript but then renamed to "JavaScript" and given a syntax closer to that of Sun Microsystems' Java language.
There is no real relation between Java and JavaScript; their only similarities are some syntax and the fact that both languages are used extensively on the World Wide Web.
JavaScript is an object-oriented scripting language that connects through interfaces called Document Object Models (DOMs) to applications, especially to the server side (web servers) and the client side Web browser of internet applications.
www.wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/j/ja/javascript.html   (1096 words)

 A Brief Introduction to JavaScript [encyclopedia]   (Site not responding. Last check: )
JavaScript extends the programmatic capabilities of Netscape Navigator (and to a slightly lesser extent, Microsoft's Internet Explorer) to a wide range of authors, and is easy enough for anyone who can compose xHTML.
Since Netscape originally introduced JavaScript, JavaScript 1.0 was the language specification supported in Netscape Navigator 2.0.
JavaScript code is typically embedded into an xHTML document using the SCRIPT tag.
www.kosmoi.com /Technology/Web/JavaScript   (680 words)

 JavaScript Kit- Comprehensive JavaScript, DHTML, CSS tutorials and over 400+ free JavaScripts!
External JavaScript or CSS files do not always have to be synchronously loaded as part of the page, but dynamically as well.
In this tutorial I'll show you how to call a function as soon as the document's DOM is ready for manipulation, versus via the often slower window.onload event handler.
Morris Johns explains JavaScript closures, a powerful yet often bewildering concept, in a gentle, step by step fashion.
www.javascriptkit.com   (874 words)

 JavaScript Source: Free JavaScripts, Tutorials, Example Code, Reference, Resources, And Help
If the user enters your site by direct link from any search engine or another site, the redirect is not performed allowing the user to see the appropriate content.
Since all of the information is included on the same page, it will still be displayed if JavaScript is turned off.
Submit them to us and they may be featured on JavaScript Source!
javascript.internet.com   (447 words)

 JavaScript.com (TM) - The Definitive JavaScript Resource: JavaScript Tutorials, Free Java Scripts, Source Code and ...
For those who would like to learn more about jQuery, one of the more popular JavaScript libraries, here's a crash course written with code-savvy Web designers in mind.
DHTML components or widgets exist all over the Internet as calendars, toolbars, menus, etc. This week you'll learn about configuring DHTML widgets, the pros and cons and programming techniques to avoid errors and speed up development time.
This week wraps up our section on Object-Oriented JavaScript with a look at prototypes, the JavaScript execution context, var x, this.x, and x, inheritance using closures and prototypes and more.
www.javascript.com   (726 words)

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