Ch 8: Error Handling, Debugging & Events in JavaScript

About This Chapter

Our corporate training chapter on events, debugging and error handling in JavaScript is a helpful way to see to it that your employees have knowledge of necessary methods. Use this chapter to lead a workshop, train new employees or work with a team member one on one.

Error Handling, Debugging & Events in JavaScript - Chapter Summary

You can use this chapter to assist your employees in understanding JavaScript events, error handling and debugging. As your teams work, they will study data binding in JavaScript, development tools and their applications and the prevention of JavaScript errors. Because these lessons are self-paced, you don't need to worry about different knowledge levels within your group; everyone will be able to work through the lessons at a speed that works best for them.

How It Helps

  • Offers understanding: This chapter covers debugging methods in JavaScript in such a way that your employees will have mastered concepts by the time they're done.
  • Eases training burdens: Even if you have employees in multiple locations who work different schedules, you can utilize this helpful chapter for all your training needs.
  • Builds strong teams: When your IT employees really understand these concepts, they'll be better able to complete their job duties and work cohesively with their coworkers.

Skills Covered

After finishing this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Discuss different types of JavaScript errors, their methods and prevention measures
  • Explain how JavaScript development tools are applied
  • Present methods and examples of debugging
  • Give an overview of JavaScript event handlers
  • Define data access using HTTP and specify its purpose
  • Detail data binding in JavaScript
  • Outline debugging and events in JavaScript

7 Lessons in Chapter 8: Error Handling, Debugging & Events in JavaScript
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Errors in JavaScript: Types, Methods & Prevention

1. Errors in JavaScript: Types, Methods & Prevention

In this lesson, errors in JavaScript will be defined with their types explained. Removal of these errors with the onerror() method and the concept of exceptional handling will also be discussed.

JavaScript Development Tools: Types, Use & Application

2. JavaScript Development Tools: Types, Use & Application

In this lesson we will discuss some of the most popular JavaScript text editors and IDEs, and some other great tools that may help you with your workflow.

Debugging in JavaScript: Methods & Example

3. Debugging in JavaScript: Methods & Example

In this lesson, you will learn some ways of how to debug your JavaScript code. You will learn basic debugging steps and see how browsers like Chrome and Firefox help you in the process along with examples.

JavaScript Event Handlers: Overview & Example

4. JavaScript Event Handlers: Overview & Example

Events in HTML can be triggered by the browser or a user action and JavaScript event handlers respond to these events through scripts. The use of the common form event handlers onblur, onchange and onfocus is demonstrated through examples.

Data Access Using HTTP: Definition & Purpose

5. Data Access Using HTTP: Definition & Purpose

This lesson defines data access using HTTP, discusses how to make HTTP requests and considers popular methods used, like GET and POST, as well as the benefits of using XHR and jQuery.

Data Binding in JavaScript

6. Data Binding in JavaScript

In Web applications, it is important to have a useful graphical user interface. But what if we want to make it more dynamic and connect data to it? This lesson will show how to bind data to the user interface. Working code examples are provided.

Practical Application for JavaScript: Events & Debugging

7. Practical Application for JavaScript: Events & Debugging

In this lesson we will take a practical approach to JavaScript events. We will learn how events behave, what they consist of and how you can debug them.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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