A scripting language is a programming language designed for integrating and communicating with other programming languages. Some of the most widely used scripting languages are JavaScript, VBScript, PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, ASP, and Tcl. Since a scripting language is normally used in conjunction with another programming language, they are often found alongside HTML, Java or C++.

Scripting Language - Web Technologies I

In this “Scripting Language - Web Technologies I” you will learn about following topics:

  1. Introduction to Scripting Language
  2. Differentiate between Client Side and Server Side Scripting Language
  3. JavaScript
  4. Features of JavaScript
  5. Advantages of JavaScript
  6. Limitations of JavaScript
  7. JavaScript Syntax
  8. Using JavaScript in HTML Document
  9. Programming Fundamentals
  10. JavaScript Data types
  11. JavaScript Variables
  12. Operators
  13. Control Flow Statements
  14. Loops
  15. Dialog Boxes/Popup Boxes
  16. JavaScript Function
  17. Calling Function with Timer
  18. Event and Event Handler
  19. Form Validation
  20. Data Format Validation
  21. JavaScript Objects
  22. User-Defined Objects
  23. Defining Methods for an Object
  24. Working with Browser Object
  25. Document Object Model or DOM
  26. Errors & Exceptions Handling
  27. Types of Errors
  28. The throw Statement

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