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Lecture 10 JavaScript Programming II

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8/26/11 1 Lecture # 10 JavaScript Programming II Today Questions : From notes/reading/life? Review Homework # 3 1. Introduce : How make widgets work with JavaScript? 2. Explain : Text Concatenation, Referring to Widgets, Document Trees, More Forms, Demos 3. Demo : JavaScript Magic – follow along on laptop 4. Practice : You solve a problem with a JavaScript 5. Evaluate : Share and evaluate your solution 6. Re-practice : Write a JavaScript function to fill a text area Wrap JavaScript Functions around widgets Today Questions : From notes/reading/life? Review Homework # 3 1. Introduce : How make widgets work with JavaScript? 2. Explain : Text Concatenation, Referring to Widgets, Document Trees, More Forms, Demos 3. Demo : JavaScript Magic – follow along on laptop 4. Practice : You solve a problem with a JavaScript 5. Evaluate : Share and evaluate your solution 6. Re-practice : Write a JavaScript function to fill a text area Wrap JavaScript Functions around widgets
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8/26/11 2 Today Questions : From notes/reading/life? Review Homework # 3 1. Introduce : How make widgets work with JavaScript? 2. Explain : Text Concatenation, Referring to Widgets, Document Trees, More Forms, Demos 3. Demo : JavaScript Magic – follow along on laptop 4. Practice : You solve a problem with a JavaScript 5. Evaluate : Share and evaluate your solution 6. Re-practice : Write a JavaScript function to fill a text area Wrap JavaScript Functions around widgets Review How to write functions Return statements • If-else Calling a function you wrote when an event occurs Concatenating strings Using document.write() and alert() What is the general algorithm for collecting text data into a string?
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