Thursday, August 31st, 2006

“Beginning Ajax With ASP.Net” Released

Category: .NET, Books

Wrox Press has published “Beginning Ajax with ASP.Net” by Wally McClure, Scott Cate, Paul Glavich, and Craig Shoemaker.

The book is suitable for Ajax newbies who work with .Net (as well as those who do have some Ajax experience), as the first five chapters are pure Ajax overview. Beyond that, several .Net frameworks are overviewed, including Ajax.Net, ComfortASP.Net, MagicAjax, and Anthem.Net, as well as three chapters devoted to Atlas. An often-overlooked, but essential, aspect of Ajax – debugging – is also covered.

The chapters:

1 Introduction to Ajax on ASP.NET
2 Introduction to DHTML
3 JavaScript and the Document Object Model
4 The XMLHttpRequest Object
5 Data Communication: XML, XSLT, and JSON
6 What Is Built into ASP.NET
7 Ajax.NET Professional Library
8 Anatomy of Ajax.NET Pro Library
9 Other Ajax Libraries for .NET
10 Atlas Client Scripting
11 Atlas Controls
12 Atlas Integration with ASP.NET Services
13 Debugging

More info:

Posted by Michael Mahemoff at 4:45 pm

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Trackback by Christopher Steen — August 31, 2006

Well, I would say “Prepare tons of asprin and call it a month with”.
I would be happy if they find a way to do more reliable book. With all of my wrox collections, page started to fly away within a month.

Comment by Nicolas BUI — September 1, 2006

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Here is a review for that book by Garbin:

Comment by Sonu Kapoor — October 17, 2006

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I think MagicAjax is much more simpler to install and use, look this example:

Comment by DotNetSpace — November 25, 2006

There is a good example of ajax use in:

It is a code example and a tutorial.

Comment by Dotnetspace — December 4, 2006



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