Developing Web Widget With Html, Css, Json And Ajax

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* Revised and updated, 2nd Edition 2/11/2012

THE HANDS-ON, TUTORIAL-BASED GUIDE TO BUILDING
SECURE AND HIGH PERFORMANT WEB WIDGET

Get up to speed for developing web widget with design guidelines, standard practices, security measures and techniques for high performance.

Developing Web Widget with HTML, CSS, JSON and Ajax is the first ...

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Overview

* Revised and updated, 2nd Edition 2/11/2012

THE HANDS-ON, TUTORIAL-BASED GUIDE TO BUILDING
SECURE AND HIGH PERFORMANT WEB WIDGET

Get up to speed for developing web widget with design guidelines, standard practices, security measures and techniques for high performance.

Developing Web Widget with HTML, CSS, JSON and Ajax is the first guide to creating web widgets, tiny web applications that can be embedded in a web page, blog or social profile.
Inside, author of the bestselling book Creating Vista Gadget,
Rajesh Lal provide readers with a methodology for building widget using standard web technologies like HTML, CSS, and
JavaScript. Developing Web Widget starts with a step-by step tutorial starting from Hello World Widget to an advanced Web
Widget which uniquely identifies the user based on the url and not only display user data but also update data.

Reader will learn how to use techniques to ensure security and add high performance to the web widget. You will also learn how to create RSS based widgets using Ajax, Proxy
Server and Google Ajax Feed API and Widgets based on
Facebook APIs.

The star Widget developed in the book is now a popular free service. To see it live, visit http://addrating.com

All code can be downloaded from the companion website.
http://widgets-gadgets.com and

https://github.com/rajlal/DevelopingWebWidget

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781450502283
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/11/2010
  • Pages: 354
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 0.74 (d)

Meet the Author

Rajesh Lal is an author, designer and developer with a decade of experience in desktop, web and mobile application development. He has authored two other books on Creating Vista Gadget and
Smartphone Web development. He likes to take a pragmatic approach to solving problems and make extra effort to present technical details in easy to understand manner.

Lakshmi Chava is a software engineer with eight years of experience in web design and development.

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  • Posted August 17, 2011

    Super fun read

    Very easy to understand and fun to read, some copy editing issues, foreign author is true, but if you need the technical details of what, how and why of web widgets, this book give a good overall view and dive deep into widget creation. Won't regret it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2010

    Not recommended

    English is obviously not the language that the authors are used to and no editor reviewed the work prior to publishing.

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  • Posted May 12, 2010

    Easy to read

    Nice book on web widget, easy to understand. The example uses Visual Studio C3 for server side programming but i was able to translate in php.

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