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Developing Ajax Applications

Overview

This course introduces the Ajax programming model for web applications. We start with a tour of basic browser programming, using JavaScript, the HTML DOM, and CSS. Then, students learn how to establish communication between their on-page JavaScripts and server-side application components, and thus to develop richer, more user-friendly and responsive web applications.

We pursue Ajax connectivity entirely from the client side in this course, and at several levels. From an initial study of the bare-bones approach using the XMLHttpRequest browser object, we move on to consider programming techniques for thread safety, and use of higher-level script libraries such as Prototype and Dojo.

Topics

  • Overview of Ajax
  • JavaScript
  • The Document Object Model
  • Cascading Style Sheets
  • Making Remote Requests
  • Prototype & Co.
  • Dojo

Prerequisites

Familiarity with basic HTML constructs is required. Knowledge of JavaScript, CSS, and the HTML DOM is helpful.

Schedule

3 days
Course Outline

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