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Prototype and Scriptaculous - Examples

Nimchi Yung
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I looked at the sample Chapter4 and the example is in php. Do all the
examples in the book in php? Do you cover any other server side tech stack?

Eric Pascarello

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Question has been asked multiple times:

Nimchi Yung
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Sorry, I missed the post yesterday.

BTW, does the book has example of using unittest and logger?
Or what is the best practice for coding, testing, and production
site maintenance using scriptaculous?

Bear Bibeault
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Unfortunately no, space contraints didn't allow us to cover the unit testing sub-system.

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David C. Crane
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On the software engineering front, though, we do show a system for monitoring and analysing http traffic generated by an ajax app.


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I agree. Here's the link:
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