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by Phil Ballard

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ISBN:
0672328682
Author:
Phil Ballard
Category:
Networking & Cloud Computing
Language:
English
Publisher:
Sams Publishing; 1 edition (May 8, 2006)
Pages:
240 pages
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1735 kb
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1176 kb
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Rating:
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Sams Teach Yourself AJAX. has been added to your Cart. The book is not meant to be finished in it's entirety in 10 minutes. It is broken up into sections meant to take only about 10 minutes to read.

Sams Teach Yourself AJAX. Instead of having to dedicate a good hour or two to reading, I could easily read parts of this book here and there, between tasks at work, and in those times where I have a bit of time free, but not enough to do anything major.

You will learn the techniques employed in using Ajax, introducing Ajax and explaining how it may be used to solve realistic user interface problems. You will be able to immediately begin building web applications, and will have platform from which to explore more advanced aspects of Ajax. Скачать (chm, . 4 Mb).

Leaf 244 this object is attached to the original book and can't ripped off.

Ajax (Web site development technology), Web sites - Design, Web site development, Ajax (Web site development technology), Web sites - Design, Web site development, Ajax (Web site development technology), Web site development, Web sites - Design. Leaf 244 this object is attached to the original book and can't ripped off. Bookplateleaf.

all around, the best bang for the buck, and small enough to fit in a backpack

Phil Ballard, Michael Moncur. Phil Ballard, Michael Moncur. all around, the best bang for the buck, and small enough to fit in a backpack. It has a very good chapter near the end showing how to call a SOAP web service using Ajax.

Start by marking Sams Teach Yourself AJAX in 10 Minutes as Want to Read . This book aims to teach the techniques employed in using Ajax, introducing Ajax and explaining how it may be used to solve realistic user interface problems

Start by marking Sams Teach Yourself AJAX in 10 Minutes as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book aims to teach the techniques employed in using Ajax, introducing Ajax and explaining how it may be used to solve realistic user interface problems. It also helps you in building web applications.

Release Date: April 2006. You will learn the techniques employed in using Ajax, introducing Ajax and explaining how it may be used to solve realistic user interface problems.

This is the eBook version of the printed book. Sams Teach Yourself Ajax in 10 Minutes is a concise introduction to the basics of building Ajax applications and the architecture and operation of these applications.

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Written by. Phil Ballard. web design (45 items) list by suesstudio. Published 13 years, 10 months ago. View all Sams Teach Yourself AJAX in 10 Minutes lists. Manufacturer: Sams Publishing Release date: 8 May 2006 ISBN-10 : 0672328682 ISBN-13: 9780672328688.

He has written a number of books and online tutorials, including Sams Teach Yourself Ajax in 10 Minutes. Michael Moncur is the owner of Starling Technologies, a consulting firm specializing in networking and the Internet.

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Sams Teach Yourself Ajax in 10 Minutesis a concise introduction to the basics of building Ajax applications and the architecture and operation of these applications. You will learn the techniques employed in using Ajax, introducing Ajax and explaining how it may be used to solve realistic user interface problems. You will be able to immediately begin building web applications, and will have platform from which to explore more advanced aspects of Ajax.
  • Garr
If you've never designed an interactive website before, this book would be a helpful introduction. It will help you become familiar with terminology and some very basic programming. However, I think it's too general to really teach you anything practical. It quickly covers web history, browsers, server language, HTML, XML and JavaScript in about 70 pages. Obviously, you won't get much out of that (the book doesn't pretend to give you in-depth knowledge. It says it's just highlighting things).

The AJAX part, the meat of the book, was pretty general as well. Again, it's good for someone completely new to developing websites, but it's really not enough to get you started on a real application. It's barely enough to say you know what AJAX is and what is involved.

If you're looking for practical knowledge and have some experience with websites and programming languages in general, you will literally get through this book in 10 minutes or less and gain very little from it.
  • Cemav
I had been developing websites and web applications in ASP, VBA, PHP, JavaScript and HTML. I was getting pretty good at it. But, I had no way of grabbing refreshed data from the server and presenting it on the client side without rewriting everything on the client. Then, along came this book ... just what I needed!

I also bought the companion, AJAX for Dummies. By working through the simple examples, I developed an understanding of AJAX and how to apply it. Now, I can grab data from mySQL, msAccess or other data stores and update just the significant portion of the client page.

The book gave me the basic concepts and understanding. The creativity to apply it was in my hands. Great purchase!
  • Sti
I was looking for some basic information on AJAX, such as the XMLHttpRequest object. I was not aware that simple HTM (or any other text) could be passed back from the web server, now I know and that's very useful to know, since those are more useful to me that XML. This book gave me the general basic info I needed. Now that I've got a working knowledge of AJAX, I can find another book with more detail for more advanced uses of the capability.

I think the book wasted space with it's attempt at an intro to html and intro to javascript. I'm not sure that anyone unfamiliar with these aspects of web development needs to be tackling AJAX, because they're probably not the least bit knowledgeable of server-side technology.

I would have appreciated the server-side scripting to be ASP instead of PHP (with which I'm not familiar), but that's a minor issue since the scrips are small and easy enough to grasp what they're doing.
  • Gardataur
I went through the first 10 chapters pretty quickly, there are some errors in the code listings here and there. Couldn't get the responseXML thingie in CH. 10 to work, googled it elsewhere and got it working.
Anyway, decided to buy "Beginning Ajax with PHP: From Novice to Professional" and "Ajax For Dummies" instead. (I have a library copy of this book - the only one on AJAX at the local branch. Small town...)

Hope this helps.
  • Wat!?
Don't buy this. There is nothing covered in this book that you cannot learn from reading one or two random webpages about the topic.
  • Kaghma
I have programmed in PHP, and done a lot of work with HTML and CSS (seeing as they go together well with PHP) - but have been really curious about this new Ajax stuff. I have poked at JavaScript before, but mostly just copying and pasting code from code snippet sites. I understand the concept of XML, but not too much about it.

So, I sent for this book to see what the hub-bub was about, and now I have a good understanding on how to use this programming language, if you want to call it that, for more impressive websites!

The book does not give you extensive background on PHP, but rather a brief intro, and the code you need to put on your web server to interact with the rest of the system. JavaScript is explained a bit more, as this is the heart of Ajax, and XML is explained pretty well too. You are not going to master any of these languages from this book, but rather learn enough about them to get you started and building some working Ajax programs.

Ajax is not really a language, but is a method of using JavaScript and a Server-Side language like PHP with the possibility to use XML for more database type data, if you need it, and constructing dynamic content for your web page to load. Without having to load a new page, and have PHP build all the changes.

This book guides you through building a clock that is updates when you click a button, an RSS news reader, and a few other simple programs that might not seem like a huge accomplishment, but are meant to give you an understanding of how it works so you can make something out of it. It hands you a wrench, and shows you how to bolt and unbolt things, but it is up to you as to what you go build, or destroy.

The book is not meant to be finished in it's entirety in 10 minutes. It is broken up into sections meant to take only about 10 minutes to read. Instead of having to dedicate a good hour or two to reading, I could easily read parts of this book here and there, between tasks at work, and in those times where I have a bit of time free, but not enough to do anything major. That was really a benefit for me. Learning, cut up into smaller bits, for people on the go!

I found this book to be exactly what I needed to step into the world of Ajax, and if you have experience with some PHP, and some JavaScript, and want to ad a little pizazz to your web pages, then I would really recommend this book to get you started!