Programming the Web Using XHTML and JavaScript

Programming the Web Using XHTML and JavaScript by Lagerstrom fits in introductory Web-Authoring courses in the community college, university extension or technical schools, or in Web-Scripting courses found in computer science departments. It requires no prior knowledge of HTML or programming. This book was written to offer a straightforward introduction to programming. Programming the Web Using XHTML and JavaScript starts out with an explanation of HTML and then gently guides the student int

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Programming BASICS: Using Microsoft Visual Basic, C++, HTML, and Java (Basics Series (Boston, Mass.).)

New from the BASICS series, this text provides a step-by-step introduction to programming with Microsoft Visual Basic, C++, HTML and Java making it ideal for a survey course on these popular programming languages.

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6 thoughts on “Programming the Web Using XHTML and JavaScript”

  1. Review by N. Sager for Programming the Web Using XHTML and JavaScript Rating: Wow. Very few programming books I’ve read do much for me. Most of them are of no more use than a reference manual. But this book….this book is different. After just an hour of reading, I now understand the basics of JavaScript. The book does a great job explaining it. The other topic this book covers is XHTML, the successor to HTML. I admire the author’s constant reminders to remain standards-complient in XHTML. Good job. I got this book for a class, but I’ll be keeping it forever. Scary, eh?

  2. Review by Brian R. Jewell for Programming the Web Using XHTML and JavaScript Rating: A good book. Topics are all well explained and good programming examples are provided. The target audience is more for people with little or no programming experience. But, experienced software developers can gain some insights, too. Overall, I highly recommend if you are looking for a book on this subject which doesn’t contain in-depth technical details.

  3. Review by Y. Chen for Programming the Web Using XHTML and JavaScript Rating: I bought this book for a class that I took at UC Berkeley and it’s a great book because it teaches the reader xhtml and java in a simple way. I was amazed as to how easy it was understand all the terminology in the book. Usually I sell off my books at the end of the semester but this one was a keeper.

  4. Review by for Programming the Web Using XHTML and JavaScript Rating: I got this book for a class, taught by Lagerstrom, and loved it. It does a great job explaining XHTML and JavaScript. I had never been exposed to any type of programming, but this book made it simple. When I originally bought the book, I was sharing it with two other people. However, we all found it so helpful that we had to each buy our own to keep it on the shelf.

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