Ajax Hacks by Bruce W. Perry

By Bruce W. Perry

Ajax, the preferred time period for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, is without doubt one of the most crucial mixtures of applied sciences for internet builders to understand nowadays. With its wealthy grouping of applied sciences, Ajax builders can create interactive internet functions with XML-based internet companies, utilizing JavaScript within the browser to procedure the internet server reaction. Taking entire good thing about Ajax, in spite of the fact that, calls for whatever greater than your normal "how-to" publication. What it demands is Ajax Hacks from O'Reilly. This important consultant offers direct, hands-on recommendations that take the secret out of Ajax's many features. each one hack represents a shrewdpermanent technique to accomplish a particular job, saving you numerous hours of looking for the perfect resolution. a sensible selection of eighty insider suggestions and methods, Ajax Hacks covers the entire technology's finer issues. are looking to construct next-generation internet purposes this day? This ebook can exhibit you the way. one of the multitude of themes addressed, it exhibits you options for: utilizing Ajax with Google Maps and Yahoo Maps showing Weather.com information Scraping inventory prices Fetching postal codes construction internet kinds with auto-complete performance Ajax Hacks additionally incorporates a variety of complex hacks for speeded up net builders. realize easy methods to create large, maintainable bookmarklets, how you can use client-side garage for Ajax purposes, and the way to name a integrated Java item from JavaScript utilizing Ajax. The e-book even addresses top practices for trying out Ajax purposes and enhancing upkeep, functionality, and reliability for JavaScript code. the newest in O"Reilly's celebrated Hacks sequence, Ajax Hacks neatly enhances different O'Reilly titles comparable to Head Rush Ajax and JavaScript: The Definitive advisor.

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Create Large, Maintainable Bookmarklets Hack 36. Use Permanent Client-Side Storage for Ajax Applications Hack 37. Control Browser History with iframes Hack 38. Send Cookie Values to a Server Program Hack 39. Use XMLHttpRequest to Scrape an Energy Price from a Web Page Hack 40. Send an Email with XMLHttpRequest Hack 41. Find the Browser's Locale Information Hack 42. Create an RSS Feed Reader Chapter 5. Direct Web Remoting (DWR)for Java Jocks Hack 43. Integrate DWR into Your Java Web Application Hack 44.

His experience includes developing on Wall Street with distributed systems, n-tier design, and J2EE. As senior software engineer at Rojo Networks, Brad focused on next-generation aggregators, the blogosphere, MySQL, Ajax, and Lucene. storage, which allow web applications to permanently and securely store megabytes of data. Premshree Pillai is a Technical Yahoo!. He hacks (maintains the Ruby APIs for Yahoo! ), writes ("Ruby Corner," a column for Linux For You), and talks (at various conferences) about Ruby in his free time.

The object will be instantiated with the new keyword. Its onreadystatechange event listener (see the section "XMLHttpRequest" earlier in this chapter) will be defined as a function named handleResponse( ). The code calls the request object's open( ) and send( ) methods. What about Internet Explorer users? Microsoft Internet Explorerrelated blogs mentioned, at the time this book went to publication, that IE 7 would support a native XMLHttpRequest object. XMLHttpRequest object will not exist in the browser object model.

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