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Ajax for Web Application Developers
By Kris Hadlock
Publisher: Sams
Pub Date: October 30, 2006
Print ISBN-10: 0-67-232912-3
Print ISBN-13: 978-0-672-32912-8
Pages: 288

Table of Contents  | Index

    About the Author
    We Want to Hear from You!
    Reader Services
      An Introduction to the Book Samples
    Part I:  Getting Started
          Chapter 1.  Introduction to Ajax
      The XML DOM
      Measuring the Benefits
          Chapter 2.  The Request
      An In-Depth Look at XMLHttpRequest
      Creating the Object
      Asynchronous Data Transfers
      The Ready State
      HTTP Status Codes and Headers
          Chapter 3.  The Response
          Chapter 4.  Rendering the Response with XHTML and CSS
    Part II:  Creating and Using the JavaScript Engine
          Chapter 5.  Object-Oriented JavaScript
      Object-Oriented Approaches
      Using the new Operator
      Literal Notation
      Associative Arrays
      Object Constructors
          Chapter 6.  Creating the Engine
      Creating a Custom Ajax Wrapper
      Creating an Ajax Updater
          Chapter 7.  Using the Engine
      Getting Started
      Making a Request
      Engine Methods and Properties
          Chapter 8.  Debugging
      The JavaScript onerror Event
      IE Developer Toolbar
      Safari Enhancer
          Chapter 9.  Extending the Engine
      Creating a Utilities Object
      Handling Status Codes with an HTTP Object
    Part III:  Creating Reusable Components
          Chapter 10.  Accordion
      Getting Started
      Creating the Accordion Object
      Panel Functionality and Data Display
          Chapter 11.  Tree View
      Structuring the Data
      Handling the Response
      Rendering the GUI
          Chapter 12.  Client-Side Validation
      Getting Started
      Creating a Validation Object
      The Server Side
          Chapter 13.  Data Grid
      Getting Started
      Creating a DataGrid Object
      Displaying the Data
    Part IV:  Ajax Patterns
          Chapter 14.  Singleton Pattern
      An Overview of the Singleton Pattern
      Creating an Object Using the Singleton Pattern
      Using the Singleton Object
          Chapter 15.  Model View Controller
      An Overview of the Pattern
      Creating the Pattern
      Using the Pattern
          Chapter 16.  The Observer Pattern
      Pattern Overview
      Creating an Error-Handling Object
      Using the Error-Handling Object
          Chapter 17.  Data Reflection Pattern
      An Overview
      Creating the Pattern
          Chapter 18.  Interaction Patterns
      Creating a History with Cookies
      Drag and Drop
          Chapter 19.  Usability Patterns
      Handling Feedback, Errors, and Warnings
    Part V:  Server-Side Interaction
          Chapter 20.  Understanding Ajax Database Interaction
      Connecting with PHP
          Chapter 21.  Interacting with a Database: The Server-Side
      Connecting to ASP.NET
      Connecting to ColdFusion
          Chapter 22.  Advanced Ajax Database Interaction
      Bulk Updates
      Server-Side XML and JSON
    Part VI:  Finishing Touches
          Chapter 23.  Securing Your Application
      Security Holes
      Password-Protecting Ajax Requests
      Verifying Passwords on the Server-Side
          Chapter 24.  Best Practices
      Using the Engine

Ajax for Web Application Developers
Ajax for Web Application Developers
ISBN: 0672329123
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2007
Pages: 129
Authors: Kris Hadlock

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