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Beyond the how-to, "Ajax on Rails" helps you consider when Ajax is (and isn't) appropriate, and the trade-offs associated with it. For those new to Rails, this book provides a quick introduction, the big picture, a walk through the installation process, and some tips on getting started. If you've already started working with Rails and seek to deepen your skill set, you'll find dozens of examples drawn from real-world projects, exhaustive reference for every relevant feature, and expert advice on how to "Ajaxify" your applications.
|Introduction Who This Book Is For What Ajax Is What Rails Is `You Got Your Ajax in My Rails!' Getting Up to Speed Summary|
|Introducing Prototype Setting the Stage Ajax Links Forms Ajax Forms Buttons Form Observers Summary|
|Introducing script.aculo.us Visual Effects Drag and Drop Summary|
|RJS Instructions Instead of Data Putting the R in RJS A Real-World Example Summary|
|Ajax Usability Principles of Usability The Context of the Web Usability on the Web Cross-Platform Development Summary|
|Testing and Debugging Debugging Testing Summary|
|Security Healthy Skepticism: Don't Trust User Input Hashing Passwords Silencing Logs The Same-Origin Policy The Use and Abuse of HTTP Methods Encryption and Secure Certificates The Rails Security Mailing List Summary|
|Performance Development and Production Environments Session Stores Output Caching Asset Packaging Dealing with Long-Running Tasks Summary|
|Prototype Reference Ajax Support DOM Manipulation Core Extensions|
|Intranet Workgroup Collaboration|
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Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 13th January 2007
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.2 x 17.8 x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.55