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Building a Web Site with Ajax

Building a Web Site with Ajax

Ullman, Larry E. (Larry Edward), 1972-

Written by web development expert Larry Ullman, this book is aimed at web designers and developers who need to get started creating Ajax applications immediately. The proven format of this series makes learning easy

Book. English.
Published Berkeley, Calif.: Peachpit, c2008
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Statement of responsibility: by Larry Ullman
Distributor: London: Pearson Education [distributor], c2008
ISBN: 0321524411, 9780321524416
Intended audience: Specialized.
Note: Includes index.
Physical Description: xviii, 155 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Series: Visual quickproject guide
Subject: Ajax (Web site development technology)

Author note

Larry Ullman is the Director of Digital Media Technologies and Lead PHP Programmer at DMC Insights, Inc., a firm specializing in information technology. In addition to writing, Larry develops dynamic Web applications, conducts training seminars, and is an Extension Instructor for the University of California at Berkeley.

Description

Ajax is at the heart of the Web 2.0 revolution. It isn't a technology but, rather, is a technique that leverages other technologies and techniques, such as CSS, XML, DHTML, and XHTML. Many Web designers and programmers would like to incorporate Ajax in their projects because of the amazing functionality it can add to a Web site, but they can't because of the steep learning curve. That's where this book steps in. It makes learning Ajax fun and easy -- a great place to start! Visual QuickProject Guides focus on a single project. In this case the project is creating a business employee directory, like an address book. What's being created is a better, new kind of Web site.

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Ajax is at the heart of the Web 2.0 revolution. It isn't a technology but, rather, is a technique that leverages other technologies and techniques, such as CSS, XML, DHTML, and XHTML. Many Web designers and programmers would like to incorporate Ajax in their projects because of the amazing functionality it can add to a Web site, but they can't because of the steep learning curve. That's where this book steps in. It makes learning Ajax fun and easy -- a great place to start! Visual QuickProject Guides focus on a single project. In this case the project is creating a business employee directory, like an address book. What's being created is a better, new kind of Web site.