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Practical Dojo Project: From Web Designer to Developer

Roland Barcia
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Joined: Apr 15, 2004
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Does your book discuss strategies for how a web designer using some non-developer centric tool, hands off design to a dojo developer and what strategies a dojo developer may take?

What have you seen out in the field?

Roland Barcia: IBM Distinguished Engineer, CTO Mobile for Lab Services
matias Yaryura

Joined: Sep 15, 2008
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[Thread hijack removed. Please ask your own questions in your own topics]
[ September 30, 2008: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
Stephane Ekobo

Joined: Aug 06, 2002
Posts: 4
Hi all,
I'm working on a dojo integration in an old JSP/Struts application without rewriting the entire application, will this book handle some best practices to know the right way to perform this kind of task?

Mita Bhushan

Joined: Aug 28, 2008
Posts: 2
Will your book be easy to follow for Ajax's beginners?
Frank Zammetti
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Joined: Dec 16, 2004
Posts: 136
Ok, a couple of questions here (probably a better idea to start new threads for each question)...

@Roland: No, that's not a topic I cover in this book (at least not in any direct way, and probably not even indirectly either). I don't have any recommendations for anything I've read myself unfortunately.

@matiaZ: This book isn't really for beginners, so it may not be the best choice. That being said, my previous books, which also were not designed for beginners, have actually helped a number of beginners that I've spoken to, so it's not impossible. I'd say if you have some personal motivation and can take detours every now and then to look up stuff that you'll need to understand along the way, it *might* be OK, but it's not truly written with beginners in mind.

@Stephane: I don't cover integrating in an existing app specifically, so it wouldn't directly help. That being said, there's certainly some good information in there that you may be able to apply yourself.

@Mita: See my answer to matiaZ above

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