Coming in at just pages, Jeremy Keith’s new book, Bulletproof Ajax, is the latest to join the fray. With only odd pages how does he plan to cover such a . Step-by-step guide reveals best practices for enhancing Web sites with Ajax A In Bulletproof Ajax, author Jeremy Keith demonstrates how developers. Bulletproof Ajax. Jeremy Keith. New Riders. Eighth Street. Berkeley, CA / / / (fax). Find us on the Web at: .
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Throughout this step-by-step guide, his emphasis is on best practices with an approach to building Ajax pages called Hijax, which improves flexibility and avoids worst-case scenarios. I wanted to read about writing bulletproof Ajax.
Web site designers love the idea of Ajax–of creating Web pages in which information can be updated without refreshing the entire page. Sep 09, Katja rated it it was amazing Shelves: Michael Parker rated it really liked it Dec 27, Wednesday, November jereky, at 6: But for those who aren’t hard-core programmers, enhancing pages using Ajax can be a challenge.
Heremy rated it really liked it Sep 06, Amjo rated it really liked it Sep 24, Both books are very adapt and explaining complicated web development in a brief amount of time. Even more of a challenge is making sure those pages work for all users.
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Also, you should read through DOM Scripting before you pick this up, the examples will be much easier to understand if you do. Nicholas rated it really liked it Jan 02, Piotr rated it it was amazing Jun 20, Chris rated it really liked it Aug 11, Account Options Sign in. Want to Read saving…. Reading Bulletproof Ajax was like taking a walk through the park on a spring afternoon: Step-by-step guide reveals best practices for enhancing Web sites with Ajax A step-by-step guide to enhancing Web sites with Ajax.
Bulletproof Ajax Jeremy Keith Limited preview – Monday, January 3rd, at Code Save yourself some typing by downloading the examples used in the book.
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keifh Web site designers love the idea of Ajax–of creating Web pages in which information can be updated without refreshing the entire page. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Open Preview See a Problem? Not to mention a little PHP knowledge is helpful, but totally not a requirement.
Even more of a challenge is making sure those pages work for all users. Working with the web consultancy firm ClearleftJeremy enjoys building accessible, elegant websites using the troika of web standards: In Bulletproof Ajax, author Jeremy Keith demonstrates how developers comfortable with CSS and X HTML can build Ajax functionality without frameworks, using the ideas of graceful degradation and progressive enhancement to ensure that the pages work for all users.