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JavaScript Programmer's Reference by Jonathan Reid, Thomas Valentine

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CHAPTER 4

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JavaScript in Action

Now that we’ve covered the basics of JavaScript and the DOM, let’s work with our new tools. In this chapter we have picked seven projects that will help you build your own projects, as well as illustrate many of the techniques and JavaScript features we have covered in other chapters:

  • Working with JavaScript
  • Loading Scripts Efficiently
  • Asynchronous Communication using XMLHttpRequest
  • Cross-Domain Techniques
  • Data Caching
  • Choosing a JavaScript Library
  • Using jQuery
  • Building Your Own JavaScript Library

Working with JavaScript

Although not technically a “project,” we wanted to discuss some important aspects of working ...

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