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Mitzi Koontz, who served as the book's acquisitions editor. Special thanks also go out to Jenny Examples of Real-World Ajax Applications and Websites. Steven Holzner is an award-winning computer book author This book gives you a complete introduction to Ajax—everything you need to know is here. many web apps use Ajax to battle these problems of web pages: . example: a person storing data about books may want tags named book, title, author.
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We are available for joint bids, short and long-term consulting, offsite software development, mentoring, and more. Using callback functions to monitor the request. Introducing order to Ajax 3. Order out of chaos 3. Creating a common vocabulary.
Keeping a sense of proportion. Some small refactoring case studies 3. Cross-browser inconsistencies: Managing event handlers: Observer pattern. Reusing user action handlers: Command pattern. Keeping only one reference to a resource: Singleton pattern.
Web server MVC 3. The Ajax web server tier without patterns. Separating content from presentation. Third-party libraries and frameworks 3.
Cross-browser libraries. The page as an application 4. A different kind of MVC 4. Repeating the pattern at different scales.
The View in an Ajax application 4. Keeping the logic out of the View. Keeping the View out of the logic. The Controller in an Ajax application 4.
Working with component-based frameworks. Working with service-oriented architectures.
The details: Client-only interactions. Introducing the planet browser example. Thinking like a web page: Thinking like a plug-in: Thinking like an application: Writing to the server 5. Using HTML forms. Managing user updates effectively. The user experience 6.
Getting it right: Keeping the user informed 6. Handling responses to our own requests. Handling updates from other users.
Designing a notification system for Ajax 6. Modeling notifications. Defining user interface requirements. Implementing a notification framework 6. Rendering status bar icons. Rendering detailed notifications. Using the framework with network requests. Indicating freshness of data 6. Defining a simple highlighting style. Highlighting with the Scriptaculous Effects library.
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