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How is this book useful to me if i use Flex,GWT..etc

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�I can�t think of any better authors for a book on Enterprise AJAX. The book is sure to be a valuable reference for developers the world over working on the next generation of web applications.�

�MATT MCKENZIE, Software development manager, LiveCycle, Adobe Systems Inc.

I got the above quote from Book review, would you please tell me, How this book is useful for Flex developer?

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Hi There,

We're just starting to dive into Flex development here at Nitobi so I'm not a Flex/AS3/MXML expert...yet;-)

I do know the chapters on usability, accessibility and ui patterns could be useful. Also some some of the JavaScript discussion like patterns, MVC and OOP could be useful since both JS and ActionScript are based on the same ECMA standard, but I'm not 100% sure on this.

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