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PHP or Java in Ajax for Web Application Developers Book

Prabhu Venkatachalam
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Kris,

1. To explain the concepts, which language you used mostly? PHP or JAVA?

2. Any open source libraries which implements AJAX is covered in this book?

3. any chapters on MVC pattern?

Thanks
Prabhu.
[ December 19, 2006: Message edited by: Prabhu Venkatachalam ]

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Kris Hadlock
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Hi Prabhu,

The book uses PHP as the server-side language of choice. I also have a chapter that shows an ASP.NET example with C# and another with ColdFusion. I do not cover any open source libraries, instead I explain how to create your own reusable libraries by developing Ajax-enabled components. I cover a few different patterns in the book, MVC, Observer and something I call the Data Refection Pattern, which allows you to create a collaboration engine for an IM or e-mail application for example.


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Prabhu Venkatachalam
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Kris,

Thanks for your prompt response.
 
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