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Ajax: The Definitive Guide by Anthony T. Holdener III

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Part II. Ajax Foundations

Chapter 7 through Chapter 15 cover the foundational components that you can use in an Ajax application. This part of the book looks at each component of a web page or application and shows how you can use Ajax to enhance it. These chapters will introduce many new objects that can be plugged in to a web site, and should give developers ideas on how to create their own objects. You may find it useful to refer to these chapters, as I use many of the examples throughout the rest of the book.

Chapter 7, Laying Out Site Navigation

Chapter 8, Fun with Tables and Lists

Chapter 9, Page Layout with Frames That Aren’t

Chapter 10, Navigation Boxes and Windows

Chapter 11, Customizing the Client

Chapter 12, Errors: To Be (in Style) or Not to Be

Chapter 13, This Ain’t Your Father’s Animation

Chapter 14, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Form

Chapter 15, Data Validation: Client, Server, or Both

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