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Ajax: Creating Web Pages with Asynchronous JavaScript and XML

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Table of Contents  | Index

    Chapter 1.  Types of Web Pages
      Section 1.1.  Static Web Pages
      Section 1.2.  Dynamic Web Pages
      Section 1.3.  Web Browsers
      Section 1.4.  A Brief Introduction to Cross-Browser Development
      Section 1.5.  The Server Side of Things
      Section 1.6.  We Learn by Doing
      Section 1.7.  Summary
    Chapter 2.  Introducing Ajax
      Section 2.1.  Not a Mockup
      Section 2.2.  A Technique Without a Name
      Section 2.3.  What Is Ajax?
      Section 2.4.  An Ajax Encounter of the First Kind
      Section 2.5.  An Ajax Encounter of the Second Kind
      Section 2.6.  An Ajax Encounter of the Third Kind
      Section 2.7.  The Shape of Things to Come
      Section 2.8.  Summary
    Chapter 3.  HTML/XHTML
      Section 3.1.  The Difference Between HTML and XHTML
      Section 3.2.  Elements and Attributes
      Section 3.3.  Summary
    Chapter 4.  JavaScript
      Section 4.1.  Data Types
      Section 4.2.  Variables
      Section 4.3.  Operators
      Section 4.4.  Flow-Control Statements
      Section 4.5.  Functions
      Section 4.6.  Recursion
      Section 4.7.  Constructors
      Section 4.8.  Event Handling
      Section 4.9.  Summary
    Chapter 5.  Ajax Using HTML and JavaScript
      Section 5.1.  Hidden Frames and iframes
      Section 5.2.  Cross-Browser DOM
      Section 5.3.  Tabular Information
      Section 5.4.  Forms
      Section 5.5.  Advantages and Disadvantages
      Section 5.6.  Summary
    Chapter 6.  XML
      Section 6.1.  Elements
      Section 6.2.  Attributes
      Section 6.3.  Handling Verboten Characters
      Section 6.4.  Comments
      Section 6.5.  Expectations
      Section 6.6.  XML Declaration
      Section 6.7.  Processing Instructions
      Section 6.8.  XML Data Islands
      Section 6.9.  Summary
    Chapter 7.  XMLHttpRequest
      Section 7.1.  Synchronous
      Section 7.2.  Asynchronous
      Section 7.3.  Microsoft Internet Explorer
      Section 7.4.  XML Document Object Model
      Section 7.5.  RSS
      Section 7.6.  Web Services
      Section 7.7.  Summary
    Chapter 8.  Ajax Using XML and XMLHttpRequest
      Section 8.1.  Traditional Versus Ajax Websites
      Section 8.2.  XML
      Section 8.3.  The XMLHttpRequest Object
      Section 8.4.  A Problem Revisited
      Section 8.5.  Tabular Information and Forms
      Section 8.6.  Advantages and Disadvantages
      Section 8.7.  Summary
    Chapter 9.  XPath
      Section 9.1.  Location Paths
      Section 9.2.  Context Node
      Section 9.3.  Parent Nodes
      Section 9.4.  Attribute Nodes
      Section 9.5.  Predicates
      Section 9.6.  XPath Functions
      Section 9.7.  XPath Expressions
      Section 9.8.  XPath Unions
      Section 9.9.  Axis
      Section 9.10.  Summary
    Chapter 10.  XSLT
      Section 10.1.  Recursive Versus Iterative Style Sheets
      Section 10.2.  XPath in the Style Sheet
      Section 10.3.  Elements
      Section 10.4.  XSLT Functions
      Section 10.5.  XSLT Concepts
      Section 10.6.  Client-Side Transformations
      Section 10.7.  Summary
    Chapter 11.  Ajax Using XSLT
      Section 11.1.  XSLT
      Section 11.2.  Tabular Information
      Section 11.3.  Advantages and Disadvantages
      Section 11.4.  Summary
    Chapter 12.  Better Living Through Code Reuse
      Section 12.1.  Reuse = Laziness
      Section 12.2.  JavaScript Objects
      Section 12.3.  Generic XSLT
      Section 12.4.  Summary
    Chapter 13.  Traveling with Ruby on Rails
      Section 13.1.  What Is Ruby on Rails?
      Section 13.2.  Installation
      Section 13.3.  A Little Ruby on Rails Warm-Up
      Section 13.4.  A Problem Revisited
      Section 13.5.  Whither Ajax?
      Section 13.6.  Summary
    Chapter 14.  Traveling Farther with Ruby
      Section 14.1.  Data Types
      Section 14.2.  Variables
      Section 14.3.  Operators
      Section 14.4.  Flow-Control Statements
      Section 14.5.  Threads
      Section 14.6.  Ajax
      Section 14.7.  Summary
    Chapter 15.  The Essential Cross-Browser HTML DOM
      Section 15.1.  Interfaces
      Section 15.2.  Document
      Section 15.3.  Frames
      Section 15.4.  Collections
      Section 15.5.  Summary
    Chapter 16.  Other Items of Interest
      Section 16.1.  Sarissa
      Section 16.2.  JSON and JSON-RPC
      Section 16.3.  ATLAS
      Section 16.4.  The World Wide Web Consortium
      Section 16.5.  Web Browsers
      Section 16.6.  Summary
    Index



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