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"I've been to a different training facilities for other technologies, and this is one of the few where I've left feeling like I've learned more than I expected.
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JAVASCRIPT TRAINING

JavaScript is a scripting language designed primarily for adding interactivity to Web pages and creating Web applications. Nex-G Skills provide javascript training according to the current requirement of IT industry. The language was first implemented by Netscape Communications Corp in Netscape Navigator 2 beta (1995). JavaScript is different from the Java language (developed in the 1990s at Sun Microsystems). However, the two languages can interoperate well. Client-side JavaScript programs, or scripts, can be embedded directly in HTML source of Web pages. Depending on the Web developer's intent, script code may run when the user opens the Web page, clicks or drags some page element with the mouse, types something on the keyboard, submits a form, or leaves the page. JavaScript is scripting language used to make web pages interactive & spontaneous. JavaScript is widely supported for all the major web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari etc. JavaScript developed by Netscape in 1995 as a method for validating forms and providing interactive content to web site. Microsoft and Netscape introduced JavaScript support in their browsers. JavaScript led the Web 2.0 revolution with AJAX. Using JavaScript, sites can send HTTP requests behind the scenes and customize or update certain sections of the site, tailored to a particular user’s needs. This does away with complete page refreshes and makes the user interface a lot more powerful and user friendly.

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B.Tech, M.Tech, Technical Managers, Consultants, Communications Professionals, Software engineers, System Engineers, Network Professionals, Marketing and Sales professional, IT professionals.


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