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If done this should be a really small crashcourse in javascript for users already familiar with programming.
 
If done this should be a really small crashcourse in javascript for users already familiar with programming.
  
* [[Integrate JavaScript on webpages]]
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** Internal code
 
** External code
 
** Inline JavaScript
 
* Datatypes and variables
 
** Datatypes overview
 
** Variables declaration
 
* Arrays
 
** Implementation
 
** Declaration
 
** array as object -> properties and methods
 
** Anonymous arrays
 
** associative arrays/hashtables
 
* Functions
 
** Declaration
 
** Parameters
 
** Default values for parameters and variable length parameter lists
 
** return values
 
** callback functions
 
** anonymous functions
 
* Objects
 
** Class definition, object initialisation, singletons
 
** Prototyping concept and inheritance
 
** Anonymous objects
 
** Objects as associative arrays
 

Latest revision as of 20:03, 14 July 2009

Work in progress... Just a small outline to get a general overview. Please add stuff (notfalls auch einfach in deutsch, ist ja noch nicht so richtig oeffentlich). If done this should be a really small crashcourse in javascript for users already familiar with programming.

  • Integrate JavaScript on webpages
    • Internal JavaScript
    • External JavaScript
    • Inline JavaScript
  • Datatypes and variables
    • Datatypes overview
    • Variables declaration
  • Arrays
    • Implementation
    • Declaration
    • array as object -> properties and methods
    • Anonymous arrays
    • associative arrays/hashtables
  • Functions
    • Declaration
    • Parameters
    • Default values for parameters and variable length parameter lists
    • return values
    • callback functions
    • anonymous functions
  • Objects
    • Class definition, object initialisation, singletons
    • Prototyping concept and inheritance
    • Anonymous objects
    • Objects as associative arrays