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Ajax For Dummies

Publisher : By Steve Holzner, Ph.D.

Ajax is short for "Asynchronous JavaScript+CSS+DOM+XMLHttpRequest."

Even if you weren’t intimidated before, that tidbit is probably enough to make you reach for the Excedrin. Just reach for Ajax For Dummies instead. With screen shots, actual code and explanations, and live Web sites where you can see Ajax applications doing their thing, it will have you using Ajax to create Web applications that look an act like desktop applications in no time. With Ajax, you can speed up and clean up your Web applications. Shoppers at your online store can fill their carts without waiting for multiple page refreshes. Searchers on your sites can get instant results on the same page.

This guide takes you on a tour of how Ajax is used today, complete with examples of Ajax applications in action, such as an Ajax-enabled Yahoo! search or an Ajax-based chat application. Then it gives you basics on using JavaScript. After that you dive in and get info on:

  • Writing some Ajax, interactive mouseovers using Ajax, passing data to the server with GET or POST, and more
    Connecting to Google for a live search
  • Using free Ajax frameworks so you don’t have to start from scratch, including Ajax Gold (written specifically for this book), AJAXLib, and grabbing XML with libXmlRequest
  • All kinds of Ajax techniques, such as using Ajax for drag-and-drop operations, pop-up menus, downloading images behind the scenes, and more
    Using SACK (simple AJAX code kit), decoding XML with Sarissa, and creating visual effects with Rico
    Handling XML int Ajax Applications
  • Working with cascading style sheets (CCS) in Ajax, including setting up the styles, displaying a menu, styling text, handling colors and backgrounds, and more
  • Working with Ajax and PHP

Complete with a companion Web site, free Ajax frameworks, and sample code you can use, Ajax for Dummies is your friendly guide to creating truly user-friendly Web sites!

Table of Content

Part I: Getting Started.

Chapter 1: Ajax 101. Chapter 2: It’s All About JavaScript.  

Part II: Programming in Ajax.

Chapter 3: Getting to Know Ajax. Chapter 4: Ajax in Depth.  

Part III: Ajax Frameworks.

Chapter 5: Introducing Ajax Frameworks. Chapter 6: More Powerful Ajax Frameworks. Chapter 7: Server-Side Ajax Frameworks.

Part IV: In-Depth Ajax Power.

Chapter 8: Handling XML int Ajax Applications. Chapter 9: Working with Cascading Style Sheets in Ajax Applications. Chapter 10: Working with Ajax and PHP.

Part V: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 11: Ten Ajax Design Issues You Should Know About. Chapter 12: Ten Super-Useful Ajax Resources.  

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Beginning XML with Dom and Ajax: From Novice to Professional

Publisher : Apress - By Sas Jacobs

Dont waste time on 1,000-page tomes full of syntax; this book is all you need to get ahead in XML development. Renowned web developer Sas Jacobs presents an essential guide to XML. Beginning XML with DOM and Ajax is practical and comprehensive. It includes everything you need to know to get up to speed with XML development quickly and painlessly.

Jacobs begins by presenting an overview of XMLits syntax, rules, vocabularies, and the hows and whys of validity. She also covers the current state of XML support in todays web browsers. Next, Jacobs covers all of the basic essential uses of XML. Youll learn how to display XML data using CSS, and transform XML data using XSLT. Youll even learn about dynamic XML scripting using the XML DOM.

The last part of the book covers advanced server-side XML uses in real-world applications, including displaying XML data in Flash, and XML-driven PHP and ASP.NET applications. And last but not least, Jacobs provides a perfect introduction to Ajax development.

Table of Content

Chapter 1: Introduction to XML Chapter 2: Related XML Recommendations Chapter 3: Web Vocabularies
Chapter 4: Client-Side XML Chapter 5: Displaying XML Using CSS Chapter 6: Introduction to XSLT
Chapter 7: Advanced Client-Side XSLT Techniques Chapter 8: Scripting in the Browser Chapter 9: The Ajax Approach to Browser Scripting
Chapter 10: Using Flash to Display XML    

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Ajax In Action

Publisher : By Dave Crane, Eric Pascarello with Darren James

There's no denying the Ajax buzz at the moment. All of a sudden the future of programming, the next generation web and just about everything in between are going to be down to the Ajax combination of JavaScript, DOM, XML, CSS and backend datastores. Who would have thought it that JavaScript was going to save the world? And for those who are wondering what the fuss is about, 'Ajax In Action' is an ideal initiation and introduction to this brave new world.

This four-part book provides the reader with a complete and thorough guide to all aspects of Ajax, from setting the scene and providing some historical context to an introduction to JavaScript for object oriented programmers to a whole section on live examples. Additionally there's coverage of Ajax frameworks, developers toolsets and more. On sheer coverage alone this is book scores highly.

However, there's much more to it than simple page count or range of topics. The quality of the content is very high. The writing is clear, with good technical content matched by a conversational tone that hits just the right note. The book is a pleasure to read. Furthermore, the content does not stick to simple expositions of this technology or that, it's much more about how the Ajax combination of technologies leads to a sea-change in development without dropping core skills or processes.

The first part of the book introduces Ajax and explains what it is and why it exists at all. It discusses the limitations of the classic web application, talks about the problems of round-tripping between the browser and the back-end database and shows how asynchronous communication between browser and datastore can change things radically. The point that comes through very strongly is that Ajax can and should lead to a change in the user experience of web applications, and how this change opens to door to a new generation of complex web-based applications. This is followed by a quick introduction to Ajax technologies to show how it all fits together.

Part two of the book looks in more detail at core techniques, with special emphasis on how Ajax implements the Model-View-Controller design pattern. The server side of things isn't neglected, and this too is covered in some detail.

Part three is entitled 'Professional Ajax', and devotes three chapters to the end user experience, performance and security. As always there's attention to different ways of achieving things, available tools and libraries and best practices in terms of design patterns.

The final section of the book is 'Ajax by example', with five chapters that look at extended examples. These are providing a double combo, type ahead suggest (a la Google suggests), providing an enhanced Web portal, live search using XSLT and finally building a standalone application. In each of these examples there's a focus on producing refactored, maintainable code, discussions of the pros and cons of different approaches and lots of sample code. This section of the book is excellent in that it brings everything together in some real projects that show what it is that Ajax brings to the web development party.

In all this book provides an excellent introduction to Ajax. It does more than just give the reader of menu of technologies, it shows how the different strands fit together in a cohesive way that opens the door to web apps that are more responsive and provide richer functionality without sacrificing performance. If you want to understand what the Ajax fuss is about then this is an excellent starting point.

Table of Content

Chapter 1. The Four Principles of Ajax: A New Design for the Web Chapter 2. What is Ajax? Chapter 3. Ajax and Design Patterns
Chapter 4. The Page as an Application Chapter 5. The Role of the Server Chapter 6. The User Experience
Chapter 7. Performance Chapter 8. A Basic Application: Beyond the Hyperlink Chapter 9. Building Context-sensitive Input Forms
Chapter 10. Rich Interaction: Beyond HTML Forms Chapter 11. Decoupling Client and Server Chapter 12. Integrating RSS Feeds

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