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PRACTICAL, EXAMPLE-RICH COVERAGE OF:
Functions, Arrays, Objects
XHTML DOM®: Objects and Collections
XML® and RSS
Rich Internet Applications
Consuming Web Services
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This book applies the Deitel signature live-code approach to teaching the client side of Rich Internet Applications (RIA) development. The book presents concepts in the context of 100+ fully tested programs (6,000+ lines of code), complete with syntax shading, detailed descriptions and sample outputs. The book features over 150 tips that will help you build robust client-side web applications.
TheDeitel® Developer Seriesis designed for professional programmers. The series presents focused treatments of emerging technologies, including .NET, Java™, web services, Internet and web development and more.
Pre-Publication Reviewer Testimonials
“Cements the browser as a first-class development platform.”–Johnvey Hwang, Splunk, Inc.
“Excellent for learning to develop standards-compliant web applications.”–Paul Vencill, MITRE, Inc.
“The CSS chapter is compact, concise and full of useful info!”–Billy B. L. Lim, Illinois State University
“A good introduction to the DOM; doesn’t trip over cross-browser incompatibilities.”–Eric Lawrence, Microsoft
“Exceptionally clear Ajax tutorial; best I’ve reviewed! Great solutions for the very cool type-ahead and edit-in-place Ajax features. ‘Libraries to Help Eliminate Cross-Browser Compatibility Issues’ is fantastic. This book and your websites will be often-visited resources (if not best practices in themselves).”–John Peterson, Insync and V.I.O. Inc.
“I wish I’d had this when I was learning to program.”–Joe Kromer, New Perspective