Client-Server Web Apps with JavaScript and Java

Errata for Client-Server Web Apps with JavaScript and Java

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
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Page 3
2ed paragraph

In the old server-driven approach, the browser requested an entire page and it was generated (along with relevant data) for rendering in the browser. It's quite misleading. I think the page with relevant data is generated in the SERVER, rather than the browser.

Note from the Author or Editor:
In context, this sentence was focused on the introduction of AJAX. In the old-server driven approach, the entire page was rendered at once. Ajax allows parts of a page to be updated without refreshing the whole page. To be clear, this sentence should be changed from: "In the old server-driven approach, the browser requested an entire page and it was generated (along with relevant data) for rendering in the browser." to: "In the old server-driven approach, the browser requested an entire page and it was generated by the server (along with relevant data) for rendering in the browser."

Wang Qunfeng  Aug 02, 2014 
Printed
Page 45
3rd bullet from the top

"A format that is is trivial to parse" should be "A format that is trivial to parse"

Casimir Saternos
Casimir Saternos
O'Reilly Author 
Jun 22, 2014 
Printed
Page 50
First paragraph of "The Web-Calculus Web" block

"Tyler Close prevents" should be "Tyler Close presents"

Casimir Saternos
Casimir Saternos
O'Reilly Author 
Jun 22, 2014 
Printed
Page 85
last line of the page

Misprint: "worflow" should be "workflow."

Casimir Saternos
Casimir Saternos
O'Reilly Author 
Jul 07, 2014 
Printed
Page 119
first paragraph

Last sentence of the first paragraph should read: "will inevitably be impacted by this selection." rather than "will inevitably be impacted this selection."

Casimir Saternos
Casimir Saternos
O'Reilly Author 
Jul 21, 2014