Rich Internet Applications and Web Development for Programmers
|Published:||Feb 08 2008|
|Posted:||Nov 19 2014|
|Book size:||58.48 MB|
A step-by-step to Google Web Toolkit for creating Ajax applications fast
Building Plug-and-Play Ajax Applications
Supercharge Your Sites with Ajax Right Now...No Scripting Expertise Needed! You've heard how great Ajax is--how it can help make your Web sites more usable, more interactive, more responsive, more successful. Ajax Construction Kit lets you put Ajax to work right now, even if you've never written a script! Just learn a few essentials, check out a few examples, then run the live CD and discover all the plug-and-play code you need to hit the ground running. Ajax Construction Kit 's built-in applications work right out of the box. And with easy guidance from Michael Morrison, you'll gradually deepen your understanding--learn how to customize, extend, and reuse these applications---and even build skills for creating new ones. Walk away an expert. ...
The Next-Generation Ajax 2.0
One of the most basic laws of a web application is that the client, not the server, must initiate any communication between the two. There are a number of commonuse cases where, ideally, the server would like to talk to the clientdashboards and monitoring apps, chat rooms and other collaborations, and progress reports on longrunning processes. Comet (a.k.a. Reverse Ajax) provides a mechanism for enabling this. Comet is moderately complex to implement. But this practical, handson book gets you going. In Part 1 of this book, we start by examining the use cases, and look at the simple alternatives to Comet and how far they can satisfy your needs. In some situations, though, only Comet will do. In Part 2, we demonstrate how to set up and run a Cometbas...
An in-depth guide on using Ajax with WordPress
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