ECMAScript


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ECMAScript

(language)
(ECMA standard 262, ISO standard 16262) The standardised version of the core JavaScript language.

ECMAScript

A scripting language that combines Netscape's JavaScript and Microsoft's Jscript with server-side extensions from Borland. Originally known as ECMA-262. See Dynamic HTML.
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In addition, the strict mode of JavaScript is introduced from ECMAScript 5 [23] which has been supported by all major web browsers.
Aspiring JavaScript students will be able to use JavaScript to build dynamic, interactive web pages; debug scripts; create scripts that work in all browsers; write clear, reliable, and reusable code; use object-oriented programming techniques; script with the DOM; access JSON data; work with HTML5 and CSS3; leverage the popular jQuery library; control CSS with simple JavaScripts; read and write cookies; use some of the new ECMAScript features today; get started with frameworks such as AngularJS; and build browser add-ons and extensions
WebRTC consists of a set of HTML5 ECMAScript media (camera and microphone) capture and peer-to-peer connection application programming interfaces (JavaScript APIs) being developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) that operate in conjunction with a set of communication signaling and security standards (wire protocols) being defined by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
Assuming some familiarity with this programming language, Herman (Mozilla Research), who serves on the Ecma TC39 committee responsible for standardizing JavaScript, introduces the relationship between JavaScript and ECMAScript.
The first approach is to use the IEEE ECMAScript API for Content to Runtime Services Communication (Richards 2004).
According to the company, jB5 provides one of the most complete mobile web browser implementations, covering relevant web standards including HTML4, CSS2 or ECMAScript, as well as complete WAP2 specifications.
SISR uses the ECMAScript Compact Profile, a strict subset of ECMAScript designed to meet the needs of resource-constrained environments.
Microsoft's Office Open XML was formally proposed as a standard by Jean Paoli, senior director of XML architecture for Microsoft (and co-creator of the W3C XML standard), in December 2005 to ECMA International (the creators of the ECMAscript version of standardized Javascript, and recently of the standard for C#, Microsoft's competitor for Java).
The DOM accessed with a client-side scripting language, especially ECMAScript implementations like JavaScript and JScript, to dynamically display and interact with the information presented.
The material covered includes ECMAScript basics; object-oriented programming techniques and Document Object Model concepts; implementation of regular expressions; methods for handling events to tie JavaScript to a web user interface; security; optimization; and intellectual property protections.
Despite the competition, SALT supports various W3C standards associated with the VoiceXML standard, including SRGS, the W3C speech recognition grammar specification; SSML, the W3C language for controlling TTS (text-to-speech) pronunciation, emphasis and intonation; and ECMAScript, the scripting language specification.
To improve its own technical abilities Openwave said it had acquired JavaScript and ECMAscript specialist Nombas Inc for an undisclosed sum.