# Format: Kindle Edition
# Print Length: 224 pages
# Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (April 16, 2008)
# Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
# Language: English
# ASIN: B001ASUB8W
From the reviews:
"It offers an overview of all of the options available for adding Ajax to an application developed with JDeveloper. … The summary tables of the key methods and properties would prove very useful to new developers. … For any JDeveloper user wishing to add Ajax to their application and unsure about which approach to take, this book would make an excellent resource, providing a very useful high-level overview." (Stephen Smith, Library & Information Update, July/August, 2009)
"This book will provide you with new knowledge concerning the binding of AJAX parts and the creation of a functional web AJAX application. … The examples are detailed enough for beginners to easily understand and implement them in their own web application. … This book is an ideal one for librarians who create and maintain web sites … . I would also recommend the book to students who learn AJAX. … All in all, the book is very useful, not too hard to read." (Tomislav Jakopec, International Cataloguing and Bibliographic Control, Vol. 38 (2), April/June, 2009)
- Reduced response time and reduced server load, as the complete web page is not reposted.
- Reduced bandwidth of web applications as only data is transferred and the HTML format is applied in the browser.
- Separation of data, format and style.
The book covers web search and RSS Feed with Ajax as well as form validation with Ajax frameworks for Java, JSP, JSF, and PHP. It discusses using Ajax in Oracle JDeveloper and is IDE based. JDeveloper has the following advantages over Eclipse IDE.
- It also provides a PHP extension.
- JDeveloper has a built-in support for JSF and for JDBC.