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JavaScript eBooks
Client-Side JavaScript Guide
http://www.phpfreaks.com/javascript_manual/page/contents.htm

eBook: Client-Side JavaScript Guide, discusses JavaScript version 1.3. Topics include a JavaScript overview; values, variables and literals; expressions and operators; regular expressions; statements; functions; working with objects; details of the object model; embedding JavaScript in HTML; handling events; using navigator objects; using windows and frames; JavaScript security; an overview of LiveConnect; LiveAudio and LiveConnect; and more.

Beginning JavaScript, 2/e
http://www.ebooks.com/ebooks/book_display.asp?IID=183868
Beginning JavaScript, 2/e, May 2004, by Paul Wilton. Discusses JavaScript and the web, data types and variables, decisions, loops, functions, programming the browser, HTML forms, windows and frames, string manipulation, debugging, error handling, cookies, dynamic HTML, JavaScript and XML, using ActiveX plugins with JavaScript, server-side scripting with ASP, and databases.
JavaScript Bible, 5/e
http://www.diesel-ebooks.com/cgi-bin/item/0764568620
JavaScript Bible, 5/e, March 2004, by Danny Goodman and Michael Morrison. Discusses getting started with JavaScript, browser and document objects, scripts and HTML documents, programming fundamentals, window and document objects, forms and form elements, strings, math, dates, scripting frames, multiple windows, document object reference, JavaScript core language reference, reserved words, HTML directive objects, table and list objects, navigation and environmental objects, embedded objects, scripting Java applets and plugins, debugging, security, cross-browser issues, and example applications.
Professional JavaScript for Web Developers
http://www.diesel-ebooks.com/cgi-bin/item/0764597639
Professional JavaScript for Web Developers, April 2005, by Nicholas C. Zakas. Discusses what JavaScript is, ECMAScript basics, object basics, inheritance, JavaScript in a browser, DOM basics, regular expressions, browser and operating system detection, events, advanced DOM techniques, forms, data integrity, sorting tables, drag and drop, error handling, XML in JavaScript, client-server communication, web services, interacting with plugins, deployment, and the evolution of JavaScript.

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Update :: December 18, 2017