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JavaScript Advanced Programming and AJAX









Delivery Method


Software Assurance


Microsoft CPE


Course Audience

Advanced JavaScript Programming is intended for students who are experienced developers of web pages and have experience with JavaScript. Students should be comfortable creating web pages, writing XHTML code and basic JavaScripts, and proficient in using web browsers such as Internet Explorer.

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of this JavaScript Training Course, students will be able to:

Maintain JavaScript code using programming techniques.

  • Implement cross-browser compatibility using JavaScript.
  • Use custom objects in JavaScript.
  • Create and use arrays in JavaScript.
  • Handle cookies using JavaScript.
  • Validate forms using the generic approach.
  • Program using DOM API to traverse, modify, and append nodes to documents.
  • Communicate with Adobe Flash files, ActiveX controls, and server applications.
  • Use Ajax to fetch information from the server and display it on the web page.
  • Create applications with Ajax.

Course Description

You are familiar with XHTML and basic techniques of JavaScript programming in designing basic web pages. You can make your web pages more dynamic and attractive by providing additional functionality to them. In this JavaScript Training Course, you will use the advanced techniques in JavaScript programming and Ajax to make your web pages highly functional. You will use the advanced techniques in JavaScript programming and Ajax to add better functionality to make web pages interactive and dynamic.

Course Prerequisites

To ensure successful completion of this JavaScript Training Course, we recommend that you first complete the JavaScript Programming (Fourth Edition) JavaScript Training Course or have equivalent knowledge.

Course Outline

Lesson 1: Using Programming Techniques

  • Topic 1A: Maintain JavaScript Code
  • Topic 1B: Debug JavaScript Code

Lesson 2: Implementing Cross-Browser Compatibility

  • Topic 2A: Provide Support for Multiple Browsers
  • Topic 2B: Enable JavaScript
  • Topic 2C: Detect Browser and JavaScript Versions
  • Topic 2D: Detect Objects
  • Topic 2E: Handle Exceptions

Lesson 3: Using Custom Objects in JavaScript

  • Topic 3A: Create Custom Objects
  • Topic 3B: Use Constructor Functions
  • Topic 3C: Add Methods to Objects
  • Topic 3D: Use Prototype Functions

Lesson 4: Working with Arrays

  • Topic 4A: Create Arrays
  • Topic 4B: Delete Array Elements
  • Topic 4C: Use Multidimensional Arrays

Lesson 5: Handling Cookies Using JavaScript

  • Topic 5A: Use Cookie Objects
  • Topic 5B: Store Cookies
  • Topic 5C: Process Cookie Values
  • Topic 5D: Delete Cookies

Lesson 6: Validating Forms Using JavaScript

  • Topic 6A: Validate Forms Using the Generic Approach
  • Topic 6B: Implement Generic Validation Using Custom Objects

Lesson 7: Programming Using DOM API

  • Topic 7A: Traverse Documents
  • Topic 7B: Modify Documents
  • Topic 7C: Append Nodes to Documents

Lesson 8: Communicating with Plug-Ins and Server Applications

  • Topic 8A: Communicate with Adobe Flash Content
  • Topic 8B: Communicate with ActiveX
  • Topic 8C: Communicate with Server Applications

Lesson 9: Using Ajax

  • Topic 9A: Create an XMLHttpRequest Object
  • Topic 9B: Fetch Information from Servers Using the XMLHttpRequest Object

Lesson 10: Creating Applications with Ajax

  • Topic 10A: Create an Auto-Complete Application Using Ajax
  • Topic 10B: Interact with a Database Using Ajax
  • Topic 10C: Validate Forms Using Ajax
  • Topic 10D: Work with Third-Party Ajax Libraries​












Version: 2.0
Created at 5/9/2017 1:37 PM by Gaige Heiner
Last modified at 3/27/2018 12:28 PM by Gaige Heiner