By Edmond Woychowsky
The effortless, Example-Based consultant to Ajax for Every internet Developer
Using Ajax, you could construct internet purposes with the sophistication and usefulness of conventional desktop
applications and you may do it utilizing criteria and open resource software program. Now, for the 1st time,
there's a simple, example-driven consultant to Ajax for each internet and open resource developer, regardless of
one step at a time, he introduces recommendations for construction more and more wealthy functions. don't be concerned if
you're now not knowledgeable on Ajax's underlying applied sciences; Woychowsky bargains refreshers on them, from
standards all through, starting from Firefox to Ruby and MySQL.
You'll not just write "functional" code, but additionally grasp layout styles for writing rocksolid,
high-performance Ajax functions. you will additionally how you can use frameworks similar to Ruby on
Rails to get the activity performed fast.
- Learn how Ajax works, the way it developed, and what it is strong for
- Understand the movement of processing in Ajax applications
- Build Ajax functions with XML and the XMLHttpRequest object
- Integrate back-end code, from Hypertext Preprocessor to C#
- Use XSLT and XPath, together with XPath Axis
- Develop client-side Ajax libraries to aid code reuse
- Streamline improvement with Ruby on Rails and the Ruby programming language
- Use the cross-browser HTML DOM to replace components of a page
Object-oriented programming is a well-liked buzzword nowadays. what's the reason behind this attractiveness? Is object-oriented programming the answer to the software program predicament or is it only a fad? Is it an easy evolutionary step or a thorough swap in software program method? what's the valuable concept at the back of object-orien ted layout?
- MEAN Web Development - Second Edition
1. Not Well Formed Probably the biggest single difference between HTML and XHTML is that XHTML must be well formed. "Not a big deal," you say. Well, it could be. The part of the document that isn't well formed doesn't have to be glaring, like a foot being attached to the forehead. Because an XHTML document is essentially XML, simply following the HTML practices that we've followed for years is enough to get us into trouble. Consider the following two HTML input statements: Both statements are perfectly acceptable HTML, but as XHTML, they don't make the grade because neither is well formed.
XML In its simplest form, XML is nothing more than a text file containing a single well-formed XML document. Come to think of it, the same is pretty much true in its most complex form as well. Looking past all of the hype surrounding XML, it is easy to see that XML is merely the text representation of selfdescribing data in a tree data structure. " A tree data structure is built of nodes, with each node having only one node connected above it, called a parent node. The sole exception to this rule is the root node, which has no parent node.