Table of contents for Professional JavaScript for web developers / Nicholas C. Zakas.

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1. What Is JavaScript?
2. JavaScript in HTML.
3. Language Basics.
4. Variables, Scope, and Memory.
5. Reference Types.
6. Object-Oriented Programming.
7. Anonymous Functions.
8. The Browser Object Model.
9. Client Detection.
10. The Document Object Model.
11. DOM Levels 2 and 3.
12. Events.
13. Scripting Forms.
14. Error Handling and Debugging.
15. XML in JavaScript.
16. ECMAScript for XML.
17. Ajax and JSON.
18. Advanced Techniques.
19. Client-Side Storage.
20. Best Practices.
21. Upcoming APIs.
22. The Evolution of JavaScript.
Appendix A. JavaScript Libraries.
Appendix B. JavaScript Tools.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Web site development.
JavaScript (Computer program language)