Chapter 3, Content chunking pattern of 'Ajax Patterns and Best Practices'

Ajax is useful for creating Web apps that respond immediately to user requests. Chapter 3 of 'Ajax Patterns and Best Practices' explains incremental construction of Web pages to allow the user greater control of content and logic.

Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) is a way of creating Web applications that respond immediately to user requests. Ajax Patterns and Best Practices discusses the efficient use of Ajax and REST for constructing dynamic Web applications.

Chapter 3 -- Content chunking pattern -- of Ajax Patterns and Best Practices explains incremental design of an HTML page. Should the designer want to alter the Web page, segments of content could be removed without disturbing the flow of remaining content and logic.

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Chapter 3, "Content chunking pattern," is excerpted from Ajax Patterns and Best Practices by Christian Gross, published in February 2006, by Apress (ISBN: 1-59059-616-1). Copyright © 2006, Apress. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission by Apress.

This was last published in September 2006

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