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Does your book have architectural view of Ajax

Biju Kumar
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Joined: Apr 10, 2006
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Hi Kris,
Designing web pages requires a thorough knowledge, because depending on this architecture only designers can implement new technologies. Does your book teach the architectural view of web pages along with Ajax? Do you have enough idea implemented in the book about the architecture of Ajax? It would help designers to build a efficient web page if Ajax architecture is known.

Thanks,
Biju
[ December 18, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
Jaikiran Pai
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The TOC and Description of the book mentions chapters on AJAX Patterns, AJAX Best Practices. It also mentions that the book concentrates on

In this book, readers will learn about the technologies used to create Ajax, their importance in the process and how to create a reusable, scalable Ajax engine for professional development. They will learn how to create their own custom Ajax components that can be reused across multiple projects


So i believe you will be able to find important points in that book, which will help in building better AJAX applications.


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