Chapter 13. Implementing common Ajax patterns

In this chapter:

  • Guidelines for developing debug and release versions of script files
  • Helpers for automating the creation of client properties and events
  • Unique URLs and logical navigation
  • Declarative data binding
  • Declarative widgets

Ajax applications have changed the way users interact with web pages. With Ajax, you can process a form in the background and eliminate page refreshing. In this way, the user interface remains responsive while input is being processed. Eventually, developers realized that Ajax introduced the need to handle new development scenarios. For example, how do you keep the user informed about what’s happening in the background? What’s the best strategy to perform data access ...

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