Ajax Toolkit

Pro Ajax and Java Frameworks (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by karapuzik at Dec. 1, 2011
Pro Ajax and Java Frameworks (repost)

Pro Ajax and Java Frameworks
336 pages | Apress (July 19, 2006) | ISBN-10: 1590596773 | PDF | 7.8 Mb

As a Java developer, you want a guide that shows you how to add Ajax functionality to your web applications with a minimum of effort. Look no further than Pro Ajax and Java Frameworks! In this book, recognized Java experts and authors of the bestselling Apress title Foundations of Ajax will show you how.

The authors begin by recapping Ajax basics. Then they unveil a comprehensive Java/Ajax toolkit. Tools include JSEclipse for code editing, Venkman for JavaScript debugging, and Dojo Compressor for code compression. They also explain Log4js (and other tools) for JavaScript logging, JsUnit (and others) for testing, and various libraries like AjaxTags, DWR, and Script.aculo.us for rapid code development.
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Professional ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX (Programmer to Programmer)
Wrox / (June 5, 2007) | 307 pages | ISBN: 0470109629 | CHM | 9 Mb

Are you ready to build more responsive web applications with richer UI elements? This detailed guide to the Microsoft AJAX Library shows you how to bring together ASP.NET 2.0 with an object-oriented approach to JavaScript development using this new framework from Microsoft. You'll gain an in-depth understanding of the ASP.NET AJAX architecture, including the server controls, client-side JavaScript library, and runtime environment. By following the numerous examples, you'll see how much your users benefit from this new class of web applications that manipulate the browser's DOM and communicate with the server to update the user's view of a page without waiting for the entire page to be refreshed. Written by Microsoft's lead ASP.NET AJAX developer together with an in-the-field Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional), this book guides you through the core of the Microsoft AJAX Library and the controls you will use to leverage AJAX. It provides you with code samples to take advantage of some of the popular shared-source ASP.NET AJAX Toolkit controls and extensions. And you'll work through debugging functionality in Visual Studio® and the browser as well as methods for effective testing.

Google Web Toolkit: Taking the pain out of Ajax (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by naag at March 10, 2016
Google Web Toolkit: Taking the pain out of Ajax (repost)

Ed Burnette "Google Web Toolkit: Taking the pain out of Ajax"
The Pragmatic Bookshelf | 2006-11-28 | ISBN:N/A | 75 pages | PDF | 1,1 Mb

The Google Web Toolkit (GWT) was unveiled to an unsuspecting public on May 18th, 2006 at the annual JavaOne conference in San Francisco. The premise behind GWT is simple: make Ajax development easier by hiding browser incompatibilities from the programmer and allowing the developer to work in a familiar Java development environment

GWT in Action: Easy Ajax with the Google Web Toolkit (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by naag at March 8, 2016
GWT in Action: Easy Ajax with the Google Web Toolkit (repost)

GWT in Action: Easy Ajax with the Google Web Toolkit
600 pages | Manning Publications (June 12, 2007) | ISBN-10: 1933988231 | PDF | 10 Mb

The Google Web Toolkit is a new technology that automatically translates Java into JavaScript, making Ajax applications easier to code and deploy. GWT in Action is a comprehensive tutorial for Java developers interested in building the next generation of rich, web-based applications. This book was written by Robert Hanson, creator of the popular GWT Widget Library and Adam Tacy a major contributor to the GWT Widget Library.
Beginning Google Web Toolkit: From Novice to Professional by Uri Boness

Beginning Google Web Toolkit: From Novice to Professional (Expert's Voice in Web Development) by Uri Boness
English | Sep 18, 2008 | ISBN: 1430210311 | 251 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

The open source, lightweight Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is a framework that allows Java developers to build rich Internet applications (RIAs), more recently called Ajax applications, in Java. Typically, writing these applications requires a lot of JavaScript development.
Google Web Toolkit Solutions: More Cool & Useful Stuff by David Geary [Repost]

Google Web Toolkit Solutions: More Cool & Useful Stuff by David Geary
English | Nov 17, 2007 | ISBN: 0132344815 | 408 Pages | PDF | 10 MB

Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is an open source Java development framework for building Ajax-enabled web applications.
Mastering Dojo: JavaScript and Ajax Tools for Great Web Experiences (Pragmatic Programmers) by Alex Russell [Repost]

Mastering Dojo: JavaScript and Ajax Tools for Great Web Experiences (Pragmatic Programmers) by Alex Russell
English | July 5, 2008 | ISBN: 1934356115 | 545 Pages | PDF | 11 MB

The last couple of years have seen big changes in server-side web programming. Now it's the client's turn; Dojo is the toolkit to make it happen and Mastering Dojo shows you how.
Accelerated GWT: Building Enterprise Google Web Toolkit Applications by Vipul Gupta [Repost]

Accelerated GWT: Building Enterprise Google Web Toolkit Applications (Expert's Voice in Web Development) by Vipul Gupta
Apress; 1 edition | May 21, 2008 | English | ISBN: 1590599756 | 318 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Ajax is a web development technique that takes advantage of JavaScript to display and interact dynamically with information embedded into a web page. Its emergence has made it possible to create web applications that closely resemble their desktop–based brethren. With this exciting new ability came several challenges; not only did developers have to learn JavaScript, but they were also forced to use inefficient development processes, not to mention deal with cross–platform and browser difficulties.
Accelerated GWT: Building Enterprise Google Web Toolkit Applications (repost)

Vipul Gupta, "Accelerated GWT: Building Enterprise Google Web Toolkit Applications (Expert's Voice in Web Development)"
1 edition | English | 2008-05-22 | ISBN: 1590599756 | 313 pages | PDF | 3.8 mb

Ajax is a web development technique that takes advantage of JavaScript to display and interact dynamically with information embedded into a web page. Its emergence has made it possible to create web applications that closely resemble their desktop–based brethren.
Java EE Programming: AJAX with Direct Web Remoting (DWR), DOJO, and Security

Java EE Programming: AJAX with Direct Web Remoting (DWR), DOJO, and Security
Flash Video | WMV / WVC1, ~1500 kb/s | 1280x720 | Duration: 8 hours | English: WMA, 96 kb/s (2 ch) | 2.11 GB
Genre: Development / Programming

This course is a continuation of the Java EE Programming: AJAX Fundamentals course and will get into greater detail about AJAX and cover Direct Web Remoting (DWR). It will cover what a time saver the DOJO framework can be and how to use DOJO toolkit. The course will then move onto Advanced JavaScript. Security is an important part of any development and this course covers AJAX security and security guidelines. The final chapters of this course will cover JavaScript Performance Tuning and Mashups for Java servers.