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Welcome to the only guidebook series that takes a visual approach to professional-level computer topics. Open the book and you'll discover step-by-step screen shots that demonstrate over 150 key Ajax techniques, including:
  • Downloading data from behind the scenes
  • Enabling real-time live searches
  • Playing games that use Ajax
  • Populating pop-up menus
  • Accessing Web pages from JavaScript
  • Handling menus, colors, and backgrounds
  • Creating interactive mouseovers
  • Updating shopping carts
  • Installing Ajax frameworks
  • Validating XML from the server
  • Enabling auto-completion of typed terms
  • Downloading images behind the scenes

"I just purchased my third Visual book (my first two are dog-eared now!) and, once again, your product has surpassed my expectations. Keep up the wonderful work!"

—Tracey Moore (Memphis, TN)

  • High-resolution screen shots demonstrate each task
  • Succinct explanations walk you through step by step
  • Two-page lessons break big topics into bite-sized modules
  • "Apply It" and "Extra" sidebars highlight useful tips

Synopsis:

* Apply It and Extra sidebars highlight useful tips

Synopsis:

  • Ajax is a combination of technologies for creating interactive Web applications using JavaScript, XHTML or HTML, CSS, the Document Object Model, and XMLHttpRequest
  • This book teaches Ajax programming to people who thought they could never master it– the only requirement is a basic knowledge of HTML
  • Readers learn to create Web applications that can download data from behind the scenes, modify Web pages on the fly, search in real time, get answers with autocomplete, chat, play games, update shopping carts, and more
  • Companion Web site will provide all the code used throughout the book
  • Synopsis:

    Ajax: Your visual blueprint for creating rich internet applications shows readers how to create Web applications with the hot, new technology used by Google, Flickr and Amazon. With this book, readers will soon create Web applications as rich and responsive as their desktop software. There’ s no better way to learn Ajax than by visual examples, so this book is a great alternative to wading through boring text-based instruction. It is packed with ideas readily adaptable for readers’ own use. For example, they’ ll learn to create applications that can download data from behind the scenes, modify Web pages on the fly, search in real time with live searches, get answers with autocomplete, chat with friends, play games, update shopping carts, and much more. A companion Web site will provide all the code used throughout the book. Because it is a Visual Blueprint, tasks are explained using succinct step-by-step instructions on two-page modules— no flipping back and forth required.

    About the Author

    Steven Holzner Ph.D. (Ithaca, New York) is the author of 100 technology books, including bestsellers such as Ajax for Dummies and Inside JavaScript. His books have been translated into 18 languages and have sold more than 2 million copies. He specializes in writing about online applications, and has authored popular books on the components of Ajax including JavaScript, XML, browser objects, and Web services. He teaches classes to programmers around the country on the central skill in Ajax, using XML online and in-depth. He has been a contributing editor to PC Magazine, and was on the faculty at Cornell University and MIT.

    Table of Contents

    HOW TO USE THIS BOOK.

    1 GETTING INTO AJAX.

    Get into Ajax.

    Using an Ajax-Based Application.

    Run a Live Search.

    Autocomplete What You Type.

    Modify Web Pages without Page Refreshes.

    Drag and Drop with Ajax.

    Get Instant Login Feedback.

    Create Rich Displays with Ajax.

    Create Games with Ajax.

    Chat Online Using Ajax.

    Download Images with Ajax.

    2 CREATING AJAX USING JAVASCRIPT.

    Create a Script.

    View JavaScript Errors.

    Handle Browser Events.

    Create JavaScript Functions.

    Display Results Where You Choose in a Page.

    Connect HTML Buttons to JavaScript.

    Display Text in Text Fields.

    Pass Arguments to Functions.

    Return Data from Functions.

    Store Data in Variables.

    Work with Operators.

    Use JavaScript Operators.

    Create Local Variables.

    Make Choices with the if Statement.

    Using Comparison Operators.

    Determine Browser Type and Version.

    Repeat Code Execution with the for Loop.

    Handle Multiple Data Items at Once Using Arrays.

    Using the while Loop.

    3 WRITING AJAX CODE.

    Write Ajax.

    Create an XMLHttpRequest Object Using JavaScript.

    Open the XMLHttpRequest Object.

    Get Ready to Download.

    Download Data with the XMLHttpRequest Object.

    Select Relative or Absolute URLs.

    Create Newer XMLHttpRequest Objects in Internet Explorer.

    Start Using Server-Side Scripts.

    Create XML Documents for Download.

    Download XML from the Server.

    Create a Function That Adds Numbers.

    Extract Data from XML Elements.

    Read Data Sent to the Server.

    Pass Data to the Server with GET.

    Pass Data to the Server with POST.

    4 GETTING MORE AJAX POWER.

    Create Server-Side Mouseovers.

    Download JavaScript Using Ajax.

    Create a Live Search Using Google Suggest.

    Connect to Google Suggest.

    Display the Google Suggest Results.

    Read Input and Send It to the Server for Validation.

    Return Validation from the Server.

    Get Header Information.

    Extract Specific Header Data.

    Check If a Document Exists.

    Use Two XMLHttpRequest Objects at the Same Time.

    Create an Array of XMLHttpRequest Objects.

    Handle Multiple XMLHttpRequest Requests at the Same Time.

    Call a Different Domain Safely.

    Debug Ajax Code.

    5 CREATING AJAX APPLICATIONS.

    Convert Mouse Events into a Standard Format.

    Handle Mouse Down and Mouse Up Events.

    Handle Mouse Move Events.

    Handle Mouse Click and Double-Click Events.

    Handle Mouse Enter and Leave Events.

    Create a Shopping Cart Application.

    Drag an HTML Element in a Shopping Cart Application.

    Drop an HTML Element in a Shopping Cart Application.

    Update a Shopping Cart on the Server.

    Download Image Names Using Ajax.

    Display Images Using Ajax and Dynamic HTML.

    Create an Ajax-Driven Menu System.

    Display a Menu Using Cascading Styles.

    Hide a Menu Using CSS.

    Read Ajax-Driven Menu Selections.

    6 EXPLORING THE BASIC AJAX FRAMEWORKS.

    Using Ajax Frameworks.

    Create the readTextWithGet Function.

    Get Text with the readTextWithGet Function.

    Create the readXmlWithGet Function.

    Get XML with the readXmlWithGet Function.

    Create the readTextWithPost Function.

    Get Text with the readTextWithPost Function.

    Create the readXmlWithPost Function.

    Get XML with the readXmlWithPost Function.

    Install AJAXLib.

    Access the Server With AJAXLib.

    Download Data With AJAXLib.

    Install libXmlRequest.

    Access the Server with libXmlRequest.

    Download Data with libXmlRequest.

    7 USING MORE POWERFUL AJAX FRAMEWORKS.

    Install XHConn.

    Access the Server with XHConn.

    Download Data with XHConn.

    Install SACK.

    Access the Server with SACK.

    Download Data with SACK.

    Install Sarissa.

    Access the Server with Sarissa.

    Download Data with Sarissa.

    Install Interactive Website Framework.

    Connecting to the Server with the Interactive Website Framework.

    Download Data with the Interactive Website Framework.

    Install RICO.

    Access the Server with RICO.

    Download Data with RICO.

    8 HANDLING SERVER-SIDE AJAX FRAMEWORKS.

    Install SAJAX.

    Write Server-Side Code with SAJAX.

    Write Browser-Side Code with SAJAX.

    Install Xajax.

    Write Server-Side Code with Xajax.

    Write Browser-Side Code with Xajax.

    Install LibAjax.

    Write Server-Side Code with LibAjax.

    Write Browser-Side Code with LibAjax.

    Chat with Direct Web Remoting.

    Edit an Interactive Table with DWR.

    Handling E-Mail with Echo2.

    Support Auto-complete with the Ajax Tag Library.

    Update HTML Elements with Ajax Tag Library.

    9 HANDLING XML WITH AJAX.

    Create an XML Document.

    Write Well-Formed XML.

    Handle XML in JavaScript.

    Get the XML Document Element from Downloaded XML.

    Navigate XML Using firstChild and lastChild.

    Navigate XML Using nextSibling and previousSibling.

    Extract Text Data From an XML Element.

    Handle White Space in Mozilla and Firefox.

    Create the removeWhitespace Function in Mozilla and Firefox.

    Use the removeWhitespace Function in Mozilla and Firefox.

    Find XML Elements by Name.

    Extract XML Attributes.

    Create a Valid XML Document.

    Validate an XML Document.

    Report XML Validation Errors.

    10 USING CSS WITH AJAX.

    Set Up CSS Styles.

    Set Font Family and Size.

    Underline or Italicize Text.

    Make Text Bold.

    Align Text.

    Set Foreground Colors.

    Make New Text More Noticeable.

    Set Background Colors.

    Set Background Images.

    Position Elements Using Absolute Positioning.

    Position Elements Using Relative Positioning.

    Set HTML Element Visibility.

    Create Web Page Pop-Ups.

    Move Elements in a Web Page.

    Overlap HTML Elements.

    11 SUPPORTING AJAX ON THE SERVER WITH PHP.

    Create a PHP Page.

    Create HTML to Send to the Browser.

    Work with Variables.

    Create Arrays.

    Use PHP Operators.

    Handle Text String Data.

    Make Choices with the if Statement.

    Read Data from Text Fields.

    Read Data from Check Boxes.

    Read Data from Radio Buttons.

    Send XML to the Browser.

    Work with the for Loop.

    Work with the while Loop.

    Work with the foreach Loop.

    Read Files on the Server.

    INDEX.

    Product Details

    ISBN:
    9780470043066
    Subtitle:
    Your visual blueprint for creating rich Internet applications
    Author:
    Holzner, Steve
    Author:
    Holzner, Steven
    Author:
    Steve Holzner, Ph.D.
    Publisher:
    Visual
    Subject:
    Internet - Web Site Design
    Subject:
    Asynchronous transfer mode
    Subject:
    JavaScript (Computer program language)
    Subject:
    Web site development
    Subject:
    Web - Page Design
    Subject:
    Internet - General
    Copyright:
    Edition Description:
    WebSite Associated w/Book
    Series:
    Visual Blueprint
    Series Volume:
    5
    Publication Date:
    20060731
    Binding:
    Paperback
    Language:
    English
    Illustrations:
    Y
    Pages:
    338
    Dimensions:
    9.12x7.34x.85 in. 1.51 lbs.

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  • Ajax is a combination of technologies for creating interactive Web applications using JavaScript, XHTML or HTML, CSS, the Document Object Model, and XMLHttpRequest
  • This book teaches Ajax programming to people who thought they could never master it– the only requirement is a basic knowledge of HTML
  • Readers learn to create Web applications that can download data from behind the scenes, modify Web pages on the fly, search in real time, get answers with autocomplete, chat, play games, update shopping carts, and more
  • Companion Web site will provide all the code used throughout the book
  • "Synopsis" by , Ajax: Your visual blueprint for creating rich internet applications shows readers how to create Web applications with the hot, new technology used by Google, Flickr and Amazon. With this book, readers will soon create Web applications as rich and responsive as their desktop software. There’ s no better way to learn Ajax than by visual examples, so this book is a great alternative to wading through boring text-based instruction. It is packed with ideas readily adaptable for readers’ own use. For example, they’ ll learn to create applications that can download data from behind the scenes, modify Web pages on the fly, search in real time with live searches, get answers with autocomplete, chat with friends, play games, update shopping carts, and much more. A companion Web site will provide all the code used throughout the book. Because it is a Visual Blueprint, tasks are explained using succinct step-by-step instructions on two-page modules— no flipping back and forth required.
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