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Eloquent JavaScript. 3rd edition The third edition of Eloquent JavaScript was made possible by financial · backers. JavaScript easier for beginners. Trademarks: Wiley, For Dummies, the Dummies Man logo, JavaScript is a registered trademark of Oracle, Inc. All other trademarks. Modern JavaScript Tutorial: simple, but detailed explanations with examples and tasks, including: closures, document and events, object oriented programming.

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All rights reserved. No part of this book shall be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying. Objects in JavaScript. ChapTEr 9. The Browser Object Model. ChapTEr 10 an introduction to JavaScript libraries and frameworks. Working with Timers in JavaScript. Often you'll run into a situation where you need to trigger an event dynamically in In Javascript.

Programmers can almost run anything by these free books. Earlier I have shared some of the free JavaScript tutorials and in this article, I am going to share 5 good books to learn JavaScript which are free to read online or allow you to download PDF for offline reading. JavaScript is probably another language I recommend someone who knows Java, Why? There is almost no website which is not using JavaScript in one or other format. Some use JavaScript for client-side scripting and animation, while other use JavaScript on the server side with libraries like node. If you are web developer it's very important for you to know in and out of JavaScript. Since Java is also ubiquitous and many Java web application uses JavaScript and jQuery for client-side scripting and validation. I highly recommend Java programmers to learn JavaScript , it's only going to help you to get better. It will provide more job opportunity and help you to become full stack developer, which most of the startup and small company look after. If you want to further improve your chance to get a web development job or want to do develop modern websites, I also suggest you take a look at popular JavaScript frameworks like Angular and React JS , which are now ruling the world. Most of the front-end application we are developing right now is either using Angular or React. There is no better time to learn these JavaScript libraries. Just make a goal to learn Angular and React and you will be ahead of many JavaScript developers in the market searching for the same job. The good thing about this book is that you can try the examples on the fly, books give you the option to edit and run it right there from the book itself.

Main course contains 2 parts which cover JavaScript as a programming language and working with a browser. There are also additional series of thematic articles. Learning how to manage the browser page: The tutorial was recently rewritten from scratch.

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Thank you! EN We want to make this open-source project available for people all around the world. Tutorial map. Table of contents Main course contains 2 parts which cover JavaScript as a programming language and working with a browser.

Part 1. We concentrate on the language itself here, with the minimum of environment-specific notes. An introduction. An Introduction to JavaScript. JavaScript Fundamentals. The modern mode, "use strict". Type Conversions.

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Conditional operators: Logical operators. The "switch" statement.

Function expressions and arrows. JavaScript specials. Code quality. Debugging in Chrome. Automated testing with mocha. Garbage collection. Object methods, "this". Object to primitive conversion. Constructor, operator "new". Data types. Methods of primitives. Destructuring assignment.

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Advanced working with functions. Rest parameters and spread operator. Function object, NFE. The "new Function" syntax. Currying and partials. Arrow functions revisited. Object properties configuration.

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Property flags and descriptors. Property getters and setters. Prototypes, inheritance. Prototypal inheritance. Native prototypes. Getting all properties. Class inheritance. Static properties and methods. Private and protected properties and methods. Extending build-in classes. Class checking: Error handling. Error handling, "try.. Custom errors, extending Error. Promises chaining. Error handling with promises. Microtasks and event loop.

Generators, advanced iteration. Async iteration and generators. Modules, introduction. Dynamic imports. Browser environment, specs. For operations with a user interface button or menu item, the main advantage of using JavaScript is greater flexibility, since JavaScript functions typically provide more options than the user interface equivalent. For example, suppose you wanted to know the exact border color of a text field so you could use the same color in another location.

Assuming the current document has a field with the correct name on it, the following code displays the raw color value in the Console Window: this. Remember, Acrobat attempts to convert all results into text. Arrays are converted to text by converting each individual array element into a text string, so the result would look something like the following line when it is displayed in the Console Window. We've just found out something that would have taken us just a little more effort to find out using the Acrobat property dialogs, and the information is in a very usable format.

We can easily copy and paste this information to accomplish some other purpose, for example applying the color to another field with this line of code: this. Suppose a document needs to be checked for branding purposes, i. It has to be done all at once. Notice that in the loop there is a function called console. It's in the fourth line. This function writes text to the Console Window and it will be discussed in the next section.

Here's an example of a function that does not have an easy equivalent on the regular Acrobat menus and toolbars. Enter the following line into the Console Window and run it: app.

This is perfect for trying out new ideas before applying them to a working document. The results of this operation are shown in Figure 7 below. Note that yet again, the result is something different. The Console Window has to convert the result of code execution to text before it can be displayed. Not everything has an obviously meaningful text representation. In this case, the output of the function is a Document Object. Objects are converted to text by simply converting their type information to a string.

The result shown in Figure 7 tells us the type of object created. This result is only useful in letting us know the function worked. If app. Both of these situations would have been displayed in the Console Window.

Enter and run the following line of code: this. It's the folder path of the current document. Since the current document was just created with app. The advantage to using the Console Window is to make this information available to copy to the system clipboard for use with another script in Acrobat or for something else.

Using the Console to display status and error messages Besides testing code, the Console Window has one other important role in debugging JavaScript. It is the standard location for displaying status and error messages.

The Acrobat JavaScript environment has a built-in error handling system. When something goes wrong, this error-handling system usually displays some helpful message sometimes in the Console Window, so this is the first place to look when things aren't working. In addition, you can create your own status and error messages to display here. As an example, let's execute something that will cause an error.

Enter and run the following line of code in the Console Window: app. Acrobat responds by generating an error, which is displayed by the Console Window, shown in Figure 8. This message is critical to understanding why the code failed, especially if the function call is buried in several lines of code inside another script.

Always check the Console Window first when something goes wrong. Note that the second message on the line indicates a security error. For our purposes, this is an erroneous and unhelpful message.

There was no real security error, and while it may then seem that Adobe is deliberately trying to either terrify or confuse us, there is a reason the message is being displayed. In fact, the message is not related to the JavaScript engine at all. It is the result of the Acrobat security model, which was made much more robust in versions 9, X, and XI by adding a security layer. This layer blocks operations that don't fit with Acrobat's sense of rightness.

JavaScript operations or errors that relate to external resources on the web or local file system tend to spook this security layer, which then throws out miscellaneous security errors. If you work with Acrobat JavaScript for any length of time, you'll find all sorts of operations that have nothing to do with security, but nonetheless generate security errors. We can also create our own messages for display in the Console Window.

This object provides a few functions for manipulating and accessing the Console Window, but for our purposes here the console. This function displays a single line of text on the next available line in the Console Window. The following line of code displays the words "Hello Acrobat. Just place a few console. It is up to the developer to decide what information to display. This information should be relevant to the state of the script.

For example, the following line helps us understand how JavaScript events work in Acrobat.

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