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3.29 of 5 stars 3.29  ·  rating details  ·  52 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Written for experienced web developers, Professional Ajax shows how to combine tried-and-true CSS, XML, and JavaScript technologies into Ajax. This provides web developers with the ability to create more sophisticated and responsive user interfaces and break free from the "click-and-wait" standard that has dominated the web since its introduction.Professional Ajax discusse...more
Paperback, 406 pages
Published February 1st 2006 by Wrox Press
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Tim Chase
Ch 1-5 (AJAX): pretty decent, but a wee bit dated
Ch 6 (XML/XSLT/XPath): weird placement and material in an AJAX book
Ch 7 (RSS/Atom): weird placement, but decent
Ch 8 (JSON): not bad, but could have used more
Ch 9 (Comet): weak
Ch 10 (Maps): one of the highlights of the book
Ch 11 (Debugging): a bit dated, but decent
Ch 12-16: feels a bit like random filler

LOTS of bad server-side code with SQL injections all over the place. They're mentioned in an off-hand paragraph towards the beginning of the book,...more
Miroslav
This is the first "paper" book I read about Ajax.

What I think?
Well, it is not bad as a first read for a beginner, but there are some better books.

What I don't like about it is that it doesn't put a good programming style, which may confuse and build bad programming practices on the readers.
Sutanto
Dec 04, 2007 Sutanto rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Cardeen
Make web applications like desktop application (wow that is cool application)

Aku ada softcopy-nya, kalo pada mo baca ntar aku kasih dech atau ntar aku kasih linknya buat download sendiri...(ho....ho...)
Sancaka
have to reread this stuff...
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Nicholas C. Zakas is a front-end consultant, author, and speaker. He worked at Yahoo! for almost five years, where he was front-end tech lead for the Yahoo! homepage and a contributor to the YUI library. He is the author of Maintainable JavaScript (O’Reilly, 2012), Professional JavaScript for Web Developers (Wrox, 2012), High Performance JavaScript
(O’Reilly, 2010), and Professional Ajax (Wrox, 200...more
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