Making Web applications look and feel like desktop applications is what
this book is all about — that’s what Ajax does. Although Web development
is getting more and more popular, users still experience the nasty part
of having to click a button, wait until a new page loads, click another button,
wait until a new page loads, and so on.
Joe Fawcett started programming in the 1970s and worked briefly in IT after leaving full-time education. He then pursued a more checkered career before returning to software development in 1994. In 2003, he was awarded the title Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in XML for community contributions and technical expertise. Joe currently works in London as a developer for The Financial Training Company, which provides professional certifications and business training
The last year or so has been an incredibly exciting time for web developers. New tools have
come out that make web development easier, more productive, and more fun. A slew of new
APIs are available that let you glue together data and services in interesting ways. As develop-
ers, we are more empowered with new and interesting technologies than ever before.
This book focuses on one API that has had a particularly profound impact: the
Google Maps API. Since you have this book in hand, you’re probably already convinced
of Google Maps’ importance....
Today, Ajax is being used in web application development by many major players on the web, including
Google, which pioneered its use in a mainstream manner with its Google Maps service, as well as many web-
based email systems. This is as a direct result of the updating of computer technology in general – today's
average computer user has a faster network connection, a faster machine, and a higher level of computer
knowledge than those used by computers ten years ago. This has opened the door for more complex technolo-
gies to be used by a wider array of websites. On the other hand, web...
Completely reengineered for ASP.NET 4—this definitive guide deftly illuminates the core architecture and programming features of ASP.NET 4 in a single, pragmatic volume. Web development expert Dino Esposito provides essential, architectural-level guidance, along with the in-depth technical insights designed to take you—and your solutions—to the next level. The book covers Dynamic Data, AJAX, Microsoft Silverlight®, ASP.NET MVC, Web forms, LINQ, and security strategies—and features extensive code samples in Microsoft Visual C#® 2010....
Two of the things that I really like about developing for the web is that
rate at which our technology changes, and manner in which new technology
helps us solve old problems—perhaps ones that we’ve solved in
a much less clean manner. This can be both exciting and frustrating. Exciting
because it’s always fun to work with new tech and play with new toys.
Frustrating because it’s imperative that, as developers, we stay on top of a
moving-target at all times.
Regardless of whether you run Linux, Windows, or Mac OS X, the enclosed CD includes a complete Ajax programming starter kit that gives you all the programming tools,
Head Rush Ajax Ajax Hacks™ Learning Web Design HTML and XHTML Pocket Reference Creating Web Sites: The Missing Manual Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide CSS Pocket Reference Head First HTML with CSS and XHTML CSS Cookbook™ Dreamweaver 8: The Missing Manual
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After learning the language of design, how does one effectively use standards-based technologies to create visually strong Web sites? The full-color Adapting to Web Standards: CSS and Ajax for Big Sites gives developers a peek into the process of the best designers in the world through the work of high profile, real-world Web sites that made them famous. The book focuses on deconstructing these top-tier large-scale sites with particular attention given to deconstructing CSS.
Learn how to use your existing skills to move into mobile web development
Discover the new possibilities of mobile web development, and understand its limitations
Learn about mobile technologies such as HTML5, SMS, and WAP
In this chapter you will learn: To use data providers to access databases from web applications built in Java Studio Creator 2, the basic principles and advantages of Ajax technology, to include Ajax-enabled JSF components in a Java Studio Creator 2 web application project, to configure virtual forms that enable subsets of a form’s input components to be submitted to the server.
In the ten-plus years that I’ve been writing about Web design, I’ve seen
many changes — from the early days (before Dreamweaver even existed)
when you could create only simple pages with HTML 1.0, to the elaborate
designs you can create with Dreamweaver today using XHTML, CSS, AJAX,
multimedia, and more.
If you’re not sure what those acronyms mean yet, don’t worry. I remember
what it was like to figure out all this stuff, too, so I designed this book to
introduce you to the basic concepts.
programming language used by corporations and developers across the globe to make incredible
solid, robust, and incredibly powerful. Much of what I’ll be discussing in this book will show
Advanced ASP.NET Program
PRESENTER: MR. DOAN QUANG MINH
Some addition knowledge
Performing Data Access Validating Form Input Control Styles, Themes, Skins MasterPage SiteMap
ASPX Life Cycle
10 phases of ASPX Life Cycle
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The perfect resource for beginning XML programmers, this guidebook clearly shows you what XML is, how to use it, and what technologies surround it. The authors build on the strengths of previous editions while covering the latest changes in the XML landscape such as XQuery, RSS and Atom, and Ajax. The most recent specifications are presented along with best practices to follow when developing XML solutions.
The fourth edition will help you quickly progress from XML basics to more advanced programming techniques.
The PHP language has come a long way from its humble roots as a set of Perl scripts written by Rasmus Lerdorf. Today, PHP enjoys enormous market share and the latest release, PHP 5, sports a robust object-oriented programming model. Naturally, development practices have also matured. Those of us who taught ourselves PHP in the late nineties have become more sophisticated in our coding techniques. PHP has also made significant headway into corporate environments.
.Client-side dynamic pages
Web page contains programs (script) that will be executed in the client side by browser. Script improve the interaction of users and web page (than HTML) Program is written by different scripting technologies
An interpreted programming, a script language from Netscape. Syntax similar to Java but it is not Java Easier and faster to code in than the more structured and compiled languages such as C and C++.