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Ajax in action

Author: Dave Crane; Eric Pascarello; Darren James
Publisher: Greenwich, Conn. : Manning, ©2006.
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Ajax exploded onto the scene in the Spring of 2005 when a Web site defined the term. Then, Google released Google Maps and GMail, powerful examples of what Ajax can do. This book explains the big picture and how to unlearn many old coding habits. It explains the design patterns and best practices to create a live interface for the user, not get in his way.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Dave Crane; Eric Pascarello; Darren James
ISBN: 1932394613 9781932394610
OCLC Number: 62399948
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxx, 650 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. 1: Rethinking the web application. A new design for the web --
First steps with Ajax --
Introducing order to Ajax --
pt. 2: Core techniques. The page as an application --
The role of the server --
pt. 3: Professional Ajax. The user experience --
Security and Ajax --
Performance --
pt. 4: Ajax by example. Dynamic double combo --
Type-ahead suggest --
The enhanced Ajax web portal --
Live search using XSLT --
Building stand-alone applications with Ajax --
Appendix A: The Ajax craftsperson's toolkit --
Appendix B: JavaScript for object-oriented programmers --
Appendix C: Ajax frameworks and libraries.
Responsibility: Dave Crane, Eric Pascarello ; with Darren James.
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Ajax exploded onto the scene in the Spring of 2005 when a Web site defined the term. Then, Google released Google Maps and GMail, powerful examples of what Ajax can do. This book explains the big picture and how to unlearn many old coding habits. It explains the design patterns and best practices to create a live interface for the user, not get in his way.

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