At under 300 pages in length, this book is pleasantly concise, and it cuts straight to the important parts of the technology. Admittedly, Ajax is not terribly complicated, so this isn’t hard, but the authors have avoided the temptation to pad or overcomplicate the material. It’s well organized, so that after reading it, you’ll likely want to keep it near the computer if you decide to put Ajax to work.
If you want to develop Ajax web applications, you should get this book
The book concludes with a small example project.
Who’s this book for?
Relevance to free software
It’s well organized, so that after reading it, you’ll likely want to keep it near the computer if you decide to put Ajax to work
The book is concisely and clearly written. If you want to develop Ajax web applications, you should get this book.
Frankly, the only reasons for not getting this book would be: you invented Ajax, you never in your life want to use it, or you’ve managed to borrow a copy.
|Title||Foundations of Ajax|
|Author||Ryan Asleson and Nathaniel T. Schutta|
|Over all score||10/10|