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Beginning Ajax (Programmer to Programmer) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Chris Ullman , Lucinda Dykes

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16. März 2007 Programmer to Programmer
As one of the prime enablers of innovations such as wikis, blogs, and third-party APIs, Ajax is redefining the way Web applications are created. This book familiarizes you with the core technologies behind Ajax, and shows you how to start building Web sites using Ajax techniques. It explains concepts step-by-step, using proven examples, so that you can immediately begin applying the information.
 
You'll see how building Ajax-enabled sites and applications allows more interactive user interfaces than ever before. You'll learn about the differences in capabilities between client-side and server-side development techniques, as well as how Ajax crosses this boundary. You'll discover how Ajax techniques can be summed up by patterns (which are development models that you'll use repeatedly). With a mastery of these techniques, you'll be able to breathe new life into your Web sites and applications.
 
What you will learn from this book
 
* Ajax pros and cons so you know the best way to use it
*
 
The fundamental JavaScript and DOM techniques underlying Ajax
*
 
Methods for using the XMLHttpRequest object (the primary Ajax enabler) to call ASP.NET, PHP, and Java applications
*
 
How to store and transmit XML data that many Ajax applications use
*
 
How to debug JavaScript in your Ajax applications manually and how to write error handlers
*
 
Ways to combine applications through Web services or APIs to create mashups
 
Who this book is for
 
This book is for Web developers who want to start building sites using Ajax techniques and are familiar with (X)HTML, JavaScript, and basic CSS.The reader will also need to be familiar with either PHP or ASP.NET for the server-side examples, although an extensive knowledge of either is not expected.

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Using proven examples and explaining concepts step by step, this book shows you how building Ajax enabled sites and applications allows more interactive user interfaces than ever before. You'll learn about the differences in capabilities between client side and server side development techniques, as well as how Ajax crosses this boundary. You'll also discover how Ajax techniques can be summed up by patterns (which are development models that you'll use repeatedly). With a mastery of these techniques, you'll be able to breathe new life into your Web sites.

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As one of the prime enablers of innovations such as wikis, blogs, and third-party APIs, Ajax is redefining the way Web applications are created. This book familiarizes you with the core technologies behind Ajax, and shows you how to start building Web sites using Ajax techniques. It explains concepts step-by-step, using proven examples, so that you can immediately begin applying the information.
 
You'll see how building Ajax-enabled sites and applications allows more interactive user interfaces than ever before. You'll learn about the differences in capabilities between client-side and server-side development techniques, as well as how Ajax crosses this boundary. You'll discover how Ajax techniques can be summed up by patterns (which are development models that you'll use repeatedly). With a mastery of these techniques, you'll be able to breathe new life into your Web sites and applications.
 
What you will learn from this book
 
* Ajax pros and cons so you know the best way to use it
*
 
The fundamental JavaScript and DOM techniques underlying Ajax
*
 
Methods for using the XMLHttpRequest object (the primary Ajax enabler) to call ASP.NET, PHP, and Java applications
*
 
How to store and transmit XML data that many Ajax applications use
*
 
How to debug JavaScript in your Ajax applications manually and how to write error handlers
*
 
Ways to combine applications through Web services or APIs to create mashups
 
Who this book is for
 
This book is for Web developers who want to start building sites using Ajax techniques and are familiar with (X)HTML, JavaScript, and basic CSS.The reader will also need to be familiar with either PHP or ASP.NET for the server-side examples, although an extensive knowledge of either is not expected.

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1.0 von 5 Sternen Very disappointing 29. März 2008
Von Tana - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is really disappointing. The code examples are not at all well suited for the book's supposed target (starting level).

The first example (page 21) is too complex for a beginners' book *and* for a first chapter... and they even say so! (Quote: "Note that this example is quite complex.") I wonder, if they knew it was too complex to grasp at a first glance, why didn't they change it? They introduce even XSL without any need -this can only discourage a beginner. Believe me, I can think of a thousand better examples, and I'm not an expert in Ajax.

It doesn't get any better in the next chapters. The authors can't manage to explain fundamental things like the XMLHttpRequest object, which is an essential part of Ajax, and consequently should be an essential part of a book about Ajax for beginners.

So... I really don't recommend this book. I usually enjoy Wrox books, but I have to say this title is absolutely not worth the money. If you are a beginner, try Wiley's Ajax for Dummies instead. Hope this helps!
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1.0 von 5 Sternen What a Terrible Book 30. August 2011
Von Michael J Brown - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
I have had a PC in my home since 1991. I hold certifications in C/C++ and Unix System Admin, and I am working on my LPI certification, so I have read many computer science books. This book is horrendous. There are code mistakes throughout the book, and the free code from the publisher has the same mistakes.

In the chapter three shopping cart project the code has the <a href ... tag inside of double quotes, you can't put HTML tags inside of quotes.

If I could I would give this book a negative rating. Save your money and buy your books from O'Reilly, WROX is the absolutely worst publisher of computer science books I have ever come across in my 20 years of personal and professional experience.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Bad smells abound 12. Mai 2010
Von Chris Keller - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
This book has a decent approach to the material, and explains the use of many tools and techniques.

However, the code examples are hard to follow at best, and often don't even work as printed. The programming style used in the code examples is garbage; the examples have generic, non-descriptive variable names, are not indented, and have syntax errors. As a book targeted for beginners, I would think that more time would go into polishing this central aspect.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Book 24. Juli 2013
Von Tessa - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
I really enjoyed this book, although it could use more colors/images like the Smashing JQuery book. This is a great js frameworks textbook, especially for college course on Ajax.
2.0 von 5 Sternen Poor examples, approach, and implementation methods outdated 20. Januar 2011
Von Z. Keene - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
I was really looking forward to digging into AJAX and learning to use it effectively with PHP. This book didn't do that at all. It starts out with an example that covers nearly every aspect of AJAX and just expects you to understand why and how all of these methods were implemented. Going further into the book didn't help. Although you began to understand better the ideas that were implemented in the first example half way through the book, they made the examples even more complex with pages of code to do simple tasks; like anyone is going to write these complex routines that require pages of code when it can just as easily be done with much less. The book is very JavaScript centric and focuses very little on the languages it interacts with(PHP/ASP). Im not sure if its because it was wrote in 2007 or if they just decided to omit it but it doesnt mention PHP's inherent AJAX functions at all (which make implementing AJAX require significantly less coding). Overall look for a newer book that covers language specific implementations, much more has been done with the idea in the past couple years that the book just doesnt get to
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