Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Client-side Scripting Environment (Browsers and Editors)
    1. Scripts and Programs
    2. Scripting Languages
    3. Introducing JavaScript
    4. Javascript and the Document Object Model
    5. Test Client-side Scripts
    6. Run Client-side Scripts
    7. Access Client-side Scripts
    8. Browsers
    9. Editors
    10. Graphic packages
  3. Characteristics of Interpreted Languages
    1. Features and Characteristics of Compiled Languages
    2. Advantages and Disadvantages of Interpreted Languages
    3. Advantages and Disadvantages of Compiled Languages
    4. Main Differences between Interpreters and Compilers
  4. Differences between Client-side and Server-side Scripting
    1. Tools for Producing and Running Scripts
    2. On-line Database Accessibility
  5. Types of scripting languages
    1. Advantages and Disadvantages of Scripting Languages
    2. Uses of Scripting Languages
  6. Methods Used to Implement Client-side Scripts
    1. Externally Stored Code