Originally posted by Bruce Jin:
I have a feeling "Foundations of Ajax" will be an empty book too because AJAX is a very simple thing and it needs only an online tutorial to teach you everything.
But I have not read "Foundations of Ajax" and I hope it will offer more.
I have been using AJAX here and there in my projects. It is a good stuff! (and very easy to use too!)
Originally posted by Eric Pascarello:
I personally am a .NET developer as everyone that talks to me on the forum knows.
With what we�ve learned so far, it�s possible to build that super-duper Ajax powered web application that you�ve always dreamed of. It�s also possible to get into terrible trouble and end up with a tangle of code, HTML markup, and styling that is impossible to maintain and that mysteriously stops working one day�
I guess I was surprised that Ajax could really be explained in just a few pages.
Disappointment is that the thin topic is stretched to a bit thick book of 600+ pages.