Table of contents for Ajax for web application developers / Kris Hadlock.


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I: Gethg Started
1 introduction to Ajax 5
2 The Request
3 The Response  19
4 Rendering the Response with XHTML and CSS  33
SCreating and Usin the JavaScript Engine
5 Object-Oriented JavaScipt 41
6 Creating the Engine  55
7 Using the Engine  61
8  ebugging 65
9 Extending the Engine  81
IP Creating Reusable Components
10 Accordion 101
11 ree View  113
12 Client-Side Validation 125
3 DtaGrid 141
IV: Aax Patterns
14 Singleton Pattern 157
15  ode View Controller 163
6 The Observer Pattern 169
7 Data Reflection Pattern 179
8 nteraction Patterns 185
19 Usability Patterns 201
V: Intraction
20 Understanding Ajax Database Interaction 211
21 nteracting with a Database: The Server-Side  229
22 Advanced Ajax Database interaction 237
VI:Touches
3 Securing Your Application 245
24Best Practices 253



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Ajax (Web site development technology)Web site development