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dynamic HTML

A version of Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML) that includes a combination of tags and options, style sheets and programming, and which allows users to create web pages in HTML that are more responsive to user interaction than previous versions.
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PMHJ utilizes JavaScript objects [23] to represent JavaScript APIs, which include the host objects supplied by the hosting environment, the objects defined by the ECMAScript standard, and the objects created in JavaScript code, respectively.
1 include color coding of ASP, PHP, CFScript and ECMAScript (JavaScript), integration with the W3C HTML Validation Service, and integration with the desktop version of Watchfire's Bobby accessibility checker.
DOM defines ECMAScript and Java[TM] bindings for interacting with both XML and HTML data, permitting dynamic creation and manipulation of web pages defined using these metalanguages.
The Pixo UI Builder allows manufacturers to easily modify the look and feel of applications using Pixo Script, a powerful, easy-to-use scripting language based on ECMAScript.
Finally, a "script" element allows ECMAScript (also known as JavaScript) program fragments to be run locally at any point in the dialogue (see www.
ECMAScript programs are embedded within the hypertext markup language (HTML) used to create Web pages and are run by the browser.
1, which is the first industry-standard version known as ECMAScript.
The standard complements the ECMAScript Language Specification, also published by Ecma as ECMA-262, which defines the core of JavaScript in web browsers, servers, and other software systems.
IE11 includes support for the well-defined and commonly used features of the emerging ECMAScript 6 standard including let, const, Map, Set, and WeakMap, as well as __proto__ for improved interoperability.
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Unicode is required by modern standards such as XML, Java, ECMAScript (JavaScript), LDAP, CORBA 3.