Press Release: January 24, 2008
- beautifully presented in full color
- packed with easy-to-read, real-world examples
- covers mashups, dynamic graphics, user-experience enhancements, and more
James Edwards programmed and maintains the UDM (Ultimate Dropdown Menu) system, one of the best dynamic HTML menu systems ("the world's first fully-featured and accessible website menu, and provides useable content to all browsers--including screenreaders, search-engines and text-only browsers").
Christian Heilmann currently works as a lead developer for Agilisys. He publishes an almost daily blog at http://wait-till-i.com. He is a member of the Web Standards Project's DOM Scripting Task Force.
Michael Mahemoff is a hands-on software architect with 23 years of programming experience. Michael is a recovering Java developer, is the author of Ajax Design Patterns (published by O'Reilly), and writes regularly at softwareas.com.
Ara Pehlivanian has been working on the Web since 1997. He now works for Nurun* as a Senior Client-side developer and Tech Lead working on projects for highly visible clients.
For more information about the book, see: http://www.oreilly/catalog/9780980285840
Michael Mahemoff, Cameron Adams, James Edwards, Dan Webb, Simon Willison, Ara Pehlivanian, Christian Heilmann
ISBN: 0-9802858-4-4, 300 pages, $39.95 USD
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