An Introduction to HTML and JavaScript for Scientists and Engineers (repost)

David R. Brooks, "An Introduction to HTML and JavaScript for Scientists and Engineers"
Springer | ISBN / ASIN: 1846286565 | 2007 | 200 pages | PDF | 1.71 MB

The JavaScript language is widely used for simple online applications. This useful book presents HTML and JavaScript in a way that uniquely meets the needs of students in the sciences and engineering. It explains how to create simple, client-side applications for scientific and engineering calculations. It includes many complete HTML/JavaScript examples with science/engineering applications to guide the reader progressively and comprehensively through the subject.

This book is specifically targeted at a technical audience– but not one that is necessarily familiar with a programming language– and gives the reader a sufficient understanding of HTML and JavaScript to write their own online applications. The exposition emphasises basic programming principles in a modern Web-oriented environment, making it also highly suitable for an introductory programming course for non-computer-science majors.
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