FAQ: JavaScript

1. What is JavaScript?

HTML, by itself, creates a website with a static page. Once the pages are loaded to the web server, the content does not change until you click a link to go to a new page. However, to make a website more dynamic and interactive, you need to use a programing language like JavaScript, ASP.NET, JSP and more.

JavaScript is a simple client-side scripting language designed specifically for use in web browsers to make websites more dynamic. Adding JavaScript to your HTML code, you can dynamically change how the web page looks by changing the text, the text color, picture, use a data-entry form with text box, options and drop-down list (and much, much more!).

2. What is the benefit of using JavaScript?

Since JavaScript is a client-side language, all the operations are performed on the client’s machine. As a result, the results are displayed instantaneously. JavaScript is commonly used in a validation form.

3. What is JavaScript used for?

The Javascript is used on a web page where the task can be performed on the client machine and does not include information from the server once it is rendered. For example, JavaScript is being used in detecting the browser used by a visitor and display the page based on the user’s browser. JavaScript is also used for storing information in cookies on local machine so that the information can be retrieved automatically next time the user visits your page; JavaScript is most often used to validate the inputs to fields before submitting the data to the server and calculating the total cost of the items in a shopping cart before submitting the information to the server.

4. What is the difference between Java and JavaScript?

Java and JavaScript are two different programming languages.

Java programming language was created by Sun Microsystems, which was later bought by Oracle Corporation. Java is an object-oriented programming language similar to C++, suitable for writing complete, large-scale programs.

Whereas, JavaScript is a scripting language that was created by Netscape. Some of the syntaxes of the JavaScript code is very similar to Java. However, JavaScript is designed for browser only. JavaScript is a scripting language that is interpreted by a browser without needing to be compiled first.

Both of these languages are based on Object-Oriented concepts; as a result, you work with small objects that are combined to form larger objects.

5. Does NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC) provide any training in JavaScript programming Language?

NRCLC provides the following options for learning JavaScript Programming Language:

  • Hands-on Classroom Training: Student can select a course from our list of the scheduled class. The scheduled classes are held at our training facility located in Santa Ana, CA. These classes are good for students who like to learn in a small group environment with a maximum of 12 students per training sessions. For more information on our scheduled classes, please visit our website at https://www.nrclc.com. We also have a testing center, where a student has the option for registering for the exam right after the training.
  • Corporate Training: Companies have the option to send their employees to our training facility in Santa Ana or have our instructor provide instruction at their facility. To request for Corporate Training, fill up the online form at https://www.nrclc.com/CorporateTraining/Corporate_Training.html. or call us at (714) 505-3475.
  • Online Courses: Students have the option to signup for online courses to take the class from the location of their choice. To view the list of our online courses for learning programming Languages, click here.
  • Live Instructor-Led Online Training: We have the technology to provide live Instructor-led online training. If you cannot attend our scheduled classes, you have the option to attend it remotely. For information on attending the training remotely, please contact our office at (714) 505-3475.
  • One-on-One Training: Our instructors also provide one-on-one customized training to meet the needs of the client. For more information on a private lesson, please call us at (714) 505-3475.
  • Study Material: For information on the study guide, practice test, voucher, send us an email at info@nrclc.com or call us at (714) 505-3475.

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6. Is there a group or individual discount available?

Yes, we have a group discount available. A group with 2 or more can receive a discount of up to 10%, and a group of 4 or more can receive a discount of up to 20%

7. How do I register for a hands-on training course at NR Computer Learning Center?

There are several ways to register for a class

  • You can call our office at (714) 505-3475
  • You can fax your registration form to our office at (714)
    505-3476 and mail a check (made payable to NR Computer Learning Center)
  • You can e-mail your registration form to info@nrclc.com
  • You can mail your registration form with a check (made payable to payable to NR Computer Learning Center) at:
    NR Computer Learning Center
    Location: 1820 E. 1st Street, Suite 550, Santa Ana, CA 92705 (Close to the intersection of 5 and 57 Freeway.)
    Phone: (714)505-3475
    E-mail: info@nrclc.com
    Timing: Mon-Sat, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
  • You can book an appointment and complete your registration in person

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8. What if I need additional support?

For additional assistance, feel free to contact us. NR Computer Learning Center is located at 1820 E. 1st Street, Suite 550, Santa Ana, CA 92705. Call us at (714) 505-3475 or send us an email at info@nrclc.com.