This page shows
the simple use of a couple of object properties
to identify your browser, plus (below that)
a simple button and text box (with no functionality whatsoever).
I believe that they are enough
and help to demonstrate its close relationship to HTML.
The way to learn from these pages, I believe, is to examine
each page's source code until you fully understand it,
then go on to the next page. Print the source code, if you
feel that is necessary. Play around with the buttons and text
boxes, etc. on each page before looking at the source code,
of course. Note that the first text box (on this page)
has no functionality whatsoever. You learn why on the very
have patience. I'll get there!
The point is simply that I think it is easier to learn from real
"live" examples than long and (often) dull textbooks.
Tell me what you think . . . as you get the chance.
With honest sincerity . . .
Old Man Joe
If you have comments on these pages, send an e-mail.
The "appVersion" and "appName" properties of the "navigator" object are plagiarized from the Net.