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Ajax for Web Application Developers

 
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Ajax is great and there are loads of books around talking about it.
What is the reason why I should by "Ajax for Web Application Developers" and what does it say in particular that other books do not?

What is the server side technology you use in your books ?

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What is the server side technology you use in your books ?

That has been asked 50 times so far. If you read the book description or read through the questions you will get that answer!

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This detailed guide covers the creation of connections to a MySQL database with PHP 5 via a custom Ajax engine and shows how to gracefully format the response with CSS, JavaScript, and XHTML while keeping the data tightly secure. It also covers the use of four custom Ajax-enabled components in an application and how to create each of them from scratch.



Hope this helps its taken from the amazons review

And you should try to find out things for yourself since this is a fast paced world and while waiting for answers you will think of more questions
 
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