Sridhar Rao - PHP and Web 2.0 Application Interfaces

25 September 2009

Build powerful interactive AJAX applications with and PHP

* Get started quickly with library with as little as one line of code
* Explore Prototype library features, tutorials, code, and examples
* Learn' In-place Editing, Auto Completion, Sliders, Drag-and-Drop, Effects, and Multimedia
* A book with less jargon, and more code explanation for building real-world examples --Tadalist clone, Digg and

Delicious clones, clone

In is a JavaScript library that provides dynamic visual effects, user interface controls, and robustAJAX features. It is to client-side what PHP is to server-side - powerful, simple, complete fun, and above all, aMUST! As developers, we all dream of building applications that users can instantly fall in love with and getproductive. Simple and niche applications are the future of web applications. when used with PHPas a server-side scripting language, can give us a new way of looking at things and changing the way we provides you with easy-to-use, cross-browser user interface JavaScript libraries to enhance yourweb sites and web applications. It provides dynamic visual effects, user interface controls, and robust AJAXfeatures. This book covers all aspects for a developer to learn and master the art of using advanced JavaScriptalso referred to as 2.0 aspects in PHP web applications. is an effective and powerful add-on tothe Prototype library and when combined with PHP, it can make a lot of difference. The difference every developerdreams of.This book has been written keeping in view every basic step as well as covering the most complex aspects whilewriting our applications -- from simple effects, to the AJAX way of communicating through systems in applications.It gives you a completely new way of adding interactivity to your web applications. You will learn provides interactivity and beauty to your project so that it engages users and appeals to themasses.Faster, more efficient, and more productive applications are what we are trying to build. Each chapter of thisbook has been hand-crafted to make sure that you as a developer can learn and master the art of making beautifulapplications.The book covers all the various aspects of with a few real-world clone projects, which will surelyhelp you explore your creative side.The aim of this book is to make you go "WOW"!

What you will learn from this book?

* Discover the library with the help of real-world case studies
* Explore wonderful Prototype library features like DOM, AJAX, and event handling
* Unleash the server-side techniques using wonderful PHP and MySQL
* Add wonderful Multimedia effects like morph, highlight, fade, and MP3 sounds
* Get to grips with AJAX using Drag and Drop feature
* Learn the tips, tricks and applications of the InPlaceEditor and InPlaceCollection Editor with just a few lines

of code
* Explore all the striking features of including Sliders, Auto-Completion, Multimedia, and so on
* Implement some of the exciting features of Prototype and to create a ready-to-go-live project
* Create a mash-up of Delicious and Digg applications and experience a new shopping search by integrating features

of library to our web applications
* Integrate modules to build clones for raw applications

ApproachThis book has a fast-paced and practical approach. It focuses on features, tutorials, quick-explanations,tips-n-tricks, and live real-world examples, using It contains complete code for all projects,all in an AJAX way. The author uses his vast experience as a programmer to show an interesting and creative way ofbuilding web applications.Who this book is written for?This book is for web developers who build simple yet agile and useful web applications. It is useful for PHPbeginners and assumes basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP. The examples in the book use PHP, but canbe adapted easily to other languages.

Author: Sridhar Rao
Title: PHP and Web 2.0 Application Interfaces
Paperback: 264 pages
Publisher: P-Pu
Language: English
Format: PDF
Years: May 13, 2009
ISBN: 1847194044
Size: 3.3 MB





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