Sample VideoLesson 4: The XMLHttpRequestObject
Building Robust Ajax Applications
David Johnson, Alexei White, and Andre Charland
8+ Hours of Video Instruction
1. Introduction to AJAX Learning Objectives 7:06
3. Ajax Debugging Learning Objectives 25:20
4. The XMLHttpRequest Object and Data Learning Objectives 29:15
5. Introduction to Ajax Frameworks Learning Objectives 127:45
6. Test-Driven Ajax Development Learning Objectives 49:40
7. Offline Ajax Learning Objectives 47:45
8. Ajax Security Learning Objectives 41:39
9. Ajax Usability Learning Objectives 36:44
10. Ajax User Interface Patterns Learning Objectives 38:51
Just click, watch, and learn all the Ajax techniques and best practices you need to build robust, high-performance Ajax applications—or bring Ajax-based usability improvements to your existing enterprise systems. It’s all the power of the best live Ajax training, for a tiny fraction of the cost!
Just click and watch: One step at a time, you’ll master everything from asynchronous requests using the XMLHttpRequest object and JSON data exchange, through state-of-the-art Ajax frameworks and offline Ajax techniques. You’ll discover practical solutions for Ajax debugging, security, and usability. You will also learn how to apply Test-Driven Development techniques to your Ajax development projects.
Everything’s taught visually, using enterprise-class sample applications, and all the sample code’s on the DVD. You’ll master essential enterprise Ajax best practices at your own pace…start at the beginning or drill down to any of the 47 individual videos…and quickly get specific answers and solutions whenever you need them…learn how to deliver production-quality Ajax solutions faster and more effectively than ever!
For all developers who want to leverage Ajax to enhance legacy application interfaces or build new Web applications that were never feasible before.
Looking for a better way to master today’s rapidly changing technologies? Want expert help, but don’t have the time or energy to read a book? Can’t find classroom training worth the money? Discover LiveLessons: self-paced, personal video instruction from the world’s leading experts.
David Johnson, cofounder and CTO of Nitobi Software, specializes in architecting and building high-performance Ajax components and user interfaces for use in Web-based applications. Johnson has spoken about Ajax and Web development at events worldwide, including AJAXWorld, XTech, and JavaOne.
Alexei White is a developer, designer, and user-experience advocate. He is the primary architect of RobotReplay (www.robotreplay.com), a next-generation web-analytics tool by Nitobi and SayZu (www.sayzu.com), an Ajax-driven, up-and-coming market research and e-learning service. He has spoken and written widely on Ajax development.
Andre Charland, cofounder, president, and CEO of Nitobi, has been involved in Internet software development for the past seven years. He has spoken widely on Ajax, blogging, and Web usability.
Johnson, White, and Charland are the authors of Enterprise AJAX published by Prentice Hall.
• Operating System: Windows 98, 2000, XP, or Vista; Mac OS/X
• Multimedia: DVD drive, 1024 x 768 or higher display, and sound card with speakers
• Computer: 500MHz or higher, 128MB RAM or more
Lesson 1 Introduction to Ajax 1
Lesson 3 Ajax Debugging 17
Lesson 4 The XMLHttpRequest Object and Data 29
Lesson 5 Introduction to Ajax Frameworks 35
Lesson 6 Test-Driven Ajax Development 47
Lesson 7 Offline Ajax 53
Lesson 8 Ajax Security 61
Lesson 9 Ajax Usability 69
Lesson 10 Ajax User Interface Patterns 77