Practical JavaScript for the Usable Web

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While validating input data on the server is essential, using JavaScript to validate data on the client as well is both simple to do and user-friendly. In this excerpt we examine a client-side function that tests the validity of a credit card number.

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Defining arrays using literal notation

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Literal notation is a new way of defining arrays in JavaScript that’s extremely flexible and robust. Learn about literal notation in this tutorial.

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Current Events: A Client Side Tipsheet

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Events are common on Web pages, and, as a developer, sooner or later you will want to write specific handlers for them. Returning author Kenneth Tibbetts serves up some event handling code and discussion to whet your appetite.

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NosTree script

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Looking for a good tree menu script to aid in your site’s navigation? NosTree works across all DHTML browsers, and supports unlimited sublevels.

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Web Services, Part X: Consuming the StockQuote

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Doc JavaScript’s Web Services in IE thesis rolls on – this time with an in depth look at a practical example. Learn how to combine many of the techniques presented earlier in the series to build an interactive, in-page stock quote retrieval tool.

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