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Pro ajax and java framework : beginner

 
Nakata kokuyo
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if i'm new to ajax, will this book benefit me ?
also if there any pre-requisite in this book ?
thank you
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Rajan Chinna
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Is this book has more working code samples?
 
Ryan Asleson
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If you're already familiar with basic web concepts and Java then you should be able to delve right into this book. Otherwise, may I humbly suggest our first book, "Foundations of Ajax," as a good Ajax primer:

http://www.amazon.com/Foundations-Ajax-Foundation-Ryan-Asleson/dp/1590595823/ref=pd_sxp_f_pt/002-7412154-2924860?ie=UTF8
 
Anthony Karta
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Otherwise, may I humbly suggest our first book, "Foundations of Ajax," as a good Ajax primer:


Hi Ryan,
are you saying this book won't suitable for someone completely new to Ajax?
thanks
tony
 
Christophe Verré
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Tony,
you can download and read chapter one at Apress's homepage. The chapter is called "What Is Ajax?", and is only 25 pages, so don't expect much from it. You can also try "Head Rush Ajax" for a brain friendly introduction.
 
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