Dojo: Using the Dojo JavaScript Library to Build Ajax Applications James E. Harmon

ISBN: 9780132701761

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Dojo: Using the Dojo JavaScript Library to Build Ajax Applications  by  James E. Harmon

Dojo: Using the Dojo JavaScript Library to Build Ajax Applications by James E. Harmon
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Dojo offers Web developers and designers a powerful JavaScript toolkit for rapidly developing robust Ajax applications. Now, for the first time, theres a complete, example-rich developers guide to Dojo and its growing library of prepackagedMoreDojo offers Web developers and designers a powerful JavaScript toolkit for rapidly developing robust Ajax applications. Now, for the first time, theres a complete, example-rich developers guide to Dojo and its growing library of prepackaged widgets.

Reviewed and endorsed by the Dojo Foundation, the creators of Dojo, this book brings together all the hands-on guidance and tested code samples you need to succeed. Expert Web developer James E. Harmon begins by demonstrating how to Ajax-ify existing applications and pages with Dojo, adding Ajax features such as client- and server-side validation as quickly and nondisruptively as possible.

Next, he presents in-depth coverage of Dojos user interface, form, layout, and specialized Widgets, showing how they work and how to use them most effectively. Among the Widgets, he covers in detail: Date Pickers, Rich d104 Editors, Combo Boxes, Expandable Outlines, and many others. In conclusion, Harmon introduces the Dojo toolkits powerful capabilities for simplifying Ajax development. He thoroughly explains Dojos helper functions, shortcuts, and special methods, illuminating each feature with examples of the JavaScript problems it can solve. This sections far-ranging coverage includes strings, JSON support, event handling, Ajax remoting, Dojo and the DOM, testing, debugging, and much more.

All source code examples are provided on a companion Web site, including source code for a complete tutorial case study application.



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