JavaScript Reference

These sections explain the elements that make up the JavaScript language.

JavaScript code in Internet Explorer can interact with HTML, CSS and the Document Object Model (DOM), which represents HTML and browser objects.

JavaScript code can be used in browser applications as well as Windows 8.x Store apps. Windows 8.x Store apps are supported in Windows 8 using Visual Studio 2012 and in Windows 8.1 using Visual Studio 2013.

The JavaScript editor in Visual Studio provides IntelliSense support. For more information, see JavaScript IntelliSense.

In This Section

Version Information
Provides a list of JavaScript language features and the Internet Explorer versions in which they were introduced.

Objects
Provides a list of objects with links to information about each object.

Constants
Provides a list of constants and links to information about each constant.

Properties
Provides a list of properties with links to information about each property.

Functions
Provides a list of functions with links to information about each function.

Methods
Provides a list of methods with links to information about each method.

Operators
Provides a list of operators with links to information about each operator.

Statements
Provides a list of statements with links to information about each statement.

JavaScript Directives
Includes links to directives.

Errors
Includes links to run-time and syntax errors.

JavaScript Reserved Words
Provides a list of reserved words. These words may not be used as identifiers.

JavaScript Future Reserved Words
Provides a list of future reserved words. These words may not be used as identifiers.

JavaScript Fundamentals
Provides information about how to use JavaScript.

HTML and DHTML Reference
Provides reference information about Dynamic HTML (DHTML) API .