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Research and Markets: Ajax Training - Enabling You to Create Sophisticated Ajax-Based Applications in an Efficient and Modular Way

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/t8722t/ajax_training) has announced the addition of the "Ajax Training." training to their offering.

This is a server-side agnostic Ajax training class. Examples in the provided course manual are in JSP, and there are equivalent examples in the class files in PHP, ColdFusion, and Classic ASP. The focus is on the client-side aspects of Ajax (i.e., JavaScript), so, while it's helpful to understand the server side, it's not required or assumed.

Students learn to make calls to the server with JavaScript and to manipulate XML content returned from the server. Ajax opens the door to creating sophisticated web-based applications with much more of the logic (and therefore code) handled on the client. While Ajax allows for more dynamic and responsive applications, it changes the traditional role of JavaScript dramatically and forces developers to rethink how they write and manage JavaScript code. After taking this Ajax training course, students will be able to create sophisticated Ajax-based applications in an efficient and modular way.

This Ajax course has been updated for HTML5.

Approximately 21 hours of training

This course is valid for One Year after purchase.

For information about Technical Requirements, please contact us

Key Topics Covered:

Ajax Basics

- The Purpose of Ajax

-- Traditional Web Application

-- An Ajax Web Application

- The XMLHttpRequest Object

-- Using an XMLHttpRequest Object

-- Handling the Response

- The Callback Function

Passing Data

- XML

-- Creating an addChild() Function

- Dynamic Tables

- JSON

- Review of Object Literals

-- Arrays

-- Objects

-- Arrays in Objects

-- Objects in Arrays

- Back to JSON

-- JSON Syntax

-- JSON Parsers

- JSON Advantages and Disadvantages

Ajax Applications

- Login Form

- Quick Lookup Form

- Preloaded Data

-- Ajax Slideshow

-- Navigable Tables

XSLT Transformations with JavaScript

- XSLT

-- Basic XSLT

- XSLT in the Browser

-- The Mozilla Method

-- The IE Method

- Advantages and Disadvantages of XSLT in Ajax Applications

Ajax/JavaScript Frameworks

- The Purpose of Frameworks

-- Choosing a Framework

- Dojo

-- Downloading Dojo

-- Using Dojo for Ajax

- Prototype

-- Downloading Prototype

-- Using Prototype for Ajax

- Other Popular Frameworks

-- Other Frameworks

More Ajax Applications

- Inline Editing

-- The contenteditable Attribute

- Detailed Information on Demand

- Autologout

- Autocompletion

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/t8722t/ajax_training

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