Wednesday, April 5th, 2006

Review of Foundations of Ajax

Category: Ajax

Codewalkers.com has published a review today of one of APress’ latest offerings for the Ajax community – Foundations of Ajax by Ryan Asleson & Nathaniel T. Schutta.

I had a basic understanding of what Ajax was before reading this book, in that it was some sort of combination between XML and javascript to present dynamic web content without needing to refresh the browser. I’d heard both good and bad arguments about Ajax, and decided I wanted to see for myself.

The review is positive, noting that the book is written for a beginner, but not with any bias as far as presenting both the good and bad of using Ajax. The reviewer stil wasn’t convinced that Ajax was the right tool for him, but should he choose differently, the code examples in the back of the book were just what he was looking for.

Posted by Chris Cornutt at 7:33 am
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