â€œThe core technologies of Ajax are quite straightforward; the hard part is applying them in the real world.
Fortunately, the authors have been putting Ajax into practice since long before the term â€˜Ajax’ was even coined.
Enterprise AJAX offers excellent coverage of issues rarely explained to date, but frequently encountered by enterprise developers–including architecting of Ajax applications, and how to deal with such concerns as usability, security, and reliability.â€ –DR.
MICHAEL MAHEMOFF, PH.D.
author of Ajax Design Patterns (AjaxPatterns.org) â€œJust when you thought you knew all you need to know about Ajax, Dave, Alexei, and Andre force open your cranium and unload a dumptruck full of Enterprise Ajax techniques, best practices, and hard-earned expert insight onto your brain.
If you want to mix some serious Ajax into your serious business applications, the solid information and advice you get from this book will let you do so with confidence.â€ –BRENT ASHLEY, Web Developer and Ajax Pioneer â€œI can’t think of any better authors for a book on Enterprise AJAX.
The book is sure to be a valuable reference for developers the world over working on the next generation of web applications.â€ –MATT MCKENZIE, Software development manager, LiveCycle, Adobe Systems Inc.
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