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Pro ajax and the .net 2.0 platform 1st ed. edition pdf ebook full free
Pro Ajax and the .NET 2.0 Platform 1st ed.
Pro Ajax and the .NET 2.0 Platform gets high
marks from me because it is concise,
informative and easy to follow. After reading
the first three chapters I had a clear
understanding of what Ajax really is. Author
Dan Woolston has extensive experience with
AJAX and he seemed to share it all here
without overwhelming this reader.
Woolston did not waste my time in getting me
up to speed. In the first three chapters I
learned how to write my own reusable (cross
together to execute an Ajax call.
Of course I might rely on one of the various
existing frameworks to do this for me.
However, now I know what's going on under
the covers and I can make an informed
decision about what Ajax to use and when. I
know exactly what is happening when Ajax is
implemented and why.The book also does a
nice job of covering CSS and the DOM
(document object model). As you know (or will
know after reading), these combine with
Once you understand how they work together
you'll know more about Ajax than 90% of your
Excellent Feature #1: The overview of
really appreciated the fact that it was concise
and dead-on accurate in addressing the
specific elements that a .NET developer needs
to understand in order to code Ajax.
Continuing on, after the book had me up to
speed with Ajax, it went into n-tier design. This
is important because, in theory, a programmer
can go hog wild on Ajax and break tons of
rules regarding sound application architecture.
So I was impressed that Woolston transitioned
directly into best-practices for how and when
to use Ajax.
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