Professional Rich Internet Applications: AJAX and Beyond

Overview

  • Through the use of hands-on examples and case studies to explain complex technologies, this comprehensive book takes AJAX, Ruby on Rails, and Flash to the next level by combining them into a framework for developing rich Internet applications
  • Walks readers through using all aspects of each application, looking at the overall architecture and then breaking down the client-side and server-side technologies, while still maintaining a focus on the...
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Overview

  • Through the use of hands-on examples and case studies to explain complex technologies, this comprehensive book takes AJAX, Ruby on Rails, and Flash to the next level by combining them into a framework for developing rich Internet applications
  • Walks readers through using all aspects of each application, looking at the overall architecture and then breaking down the client-side and server-side technologies, while still maintaining a focus on the desired functionality of an application
  • Also includes coverage of such various technologies as DHTML, JavaScript, XSLT, Java, Python, PHP, and more

This book is also available as part of the 4-book JavaScript and Ajax Wrox Box (ISBN: 0470227818). This 4-book set includes:

  • Professional JavaScript for Web Developers (ISBN: 0764579088)
  • Professional Ajax 2nd edition (ISBN: 0470109491)
  • Professional Web 2.0 Programming (ISBN: 0470087889)
  • Professional Rich Internet Applications: Ajax and Beyond (ISBN: 0470082801)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470082805
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/6/2007
  • Series: Programmer to Programmer Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 565
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Dana Moore is a division scientist with BBN Technologies and is an acknowledged expert in the fields of peer-to-peer and collaborative computing, software agent frameworks, and assistive environments. Prior to joining BBN, Dana was chief scientist for Roku Technologies, and a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at Bell Laboratories. Dana is a popular conference speaker, a university lecturer, and has published both articles for numerous computing publications, and books, including Peer-to-Peer: Building Secure, Scalable, and Manageable Networks and Jabber Developer Handbook. Dana holds a master of science degree in technology management from the University of Maryland, and a bachelor of science in industrial design, also from the University of Maryland.

Raymond Budd is a software engineer with BBN Technologies. He has designed, developed, and supported a variety of Web applications and other distributed systems in Java, Ruby, and Python. He has been published in several conference proceedings, such as the Eighteenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, and journals, including Applied Intelligence. Additional areas of interest include knowledge representations, knowledge engineering, and distributed planning and scheduling. He received a bachelor of science degree in computer science from the University of Pittsburgh.

Edward (Ted) Benson is a software engineer with BBN Technologies. His experience and interests include distributed programming frameworks, multi-agent systems, Web development, and knowledge representation. Ted has developed Web applications for several community groups and companies, and he has been published in IEEE conference proceedings on the subjects of distributed and multi-agent systems. He gradated summa cum laude from the University of Virginia with a bachelor of science degree in computer science.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

Part I: An Introduction to RIAs.

Chapter 1: What Characterizes Rich Internet Applications?

Chapter 2: RIA Foundations.

Chapter 3: The Programmable Web: The Mashup Ecosystem.

Chapter 4: Getting Started: Creating Your First RIA.

Part II: RIAs Explored.

Chapter 5: Debugging the Client Side.

Chapter 6: The Model-View-Controller (MVC) Pattern.

Chapter 7: JavaScript Library Survey.

Chapter 8: Compiling to JavaScript.

Chapter 9: An Introduction to ideaStax.

Part III: RIA Development in Depth.

Chapter 10: Form Validation.

Chapter 11: Form Usability.

Chapter 12: Drag and Drop.

Chapter 13: User Interaction, Effects, and Animation.

Chapter 14: Tagging and Rating (I): Creating an Infrastructure.

Chapter 15: Tagging and Rating (II): Using Social Capability.

Part IV: Advanced Selected Topics.

Chapter 16: Providing an API.

Chapter 17: RIA Widgets.

Chapter 18: Rich Immersive Environments.

Part V: Appendix.

Appendix: Dojo Validation Functions and Flags.

Index.

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