DevGuru JavaScript Quick Reference

Version: 1.0
Date: 2013-07-03
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Windows 2000/98/NT
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Description - DevGuru JavaScript Quick Reference

The JavaScript language was developed by the Netscape Communications Corporation and is a trademarked name. It is a cross-platform, object-based scripting language that was originally designed for use in Netscape Navigator. Indeed, versions 2.0, and later, of Navigator can interpret JavaScript statements that are embedded within HTML code. When a request is made to see a page, the HTML code that defines the requested page along with the embedded JavaScript statements, are sent by the server to the client. Navigator interprets the HTML document and executes the JavaScript code. The resultant page is displayed for the client. It is important to understand that this interpretation occurs on the client-side rather than the server-side. After the success of JavaScript in Navigator 2.0, the Microsoft Corporation was quick to Create a clone of JavaScript, called JScript, which is a trademarked name, that is designed to run inside the Microsoft Internet Explorer. In truth, except for a few minor differences, JScript is essentially a carbon copy of JavaScript. As a consequence, this DevGuru JavaScript Quick Reference will be of value to both JavaScript and JScript users.

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