Learning ASP.NET AJAX (with line-by-line explanation of the source code) is an example-based textbook written to cater to the needs of the users who have knowledge of basic web technologies and wish to have an in-depth knowledge of ASP.NET AJAX, an advanced web technology. The highlight of the textbook is that each concept introduced in it has been explained with the help of suitable examples to facilitate the process of learning, thus making it an ideal guide for the users of AJAX.
Develop rich internet applications quickly and easily using Adobe Flex 3, ActionScript 3.0 and integrate with a Java backend using BlazeDS 3.2 A step-by-step tutorial for developing web applications using Flex 3, ActionScript 3.0, BlazeDS 3.2, and Java Build efficient and seamless data-rich interactive applications in Flex using a combination of MXML and ActionScript 3.
readable, accessible and eminently practical... ...quite a good book about writing software to consume and provide web services. — Slashdot While many books are focused on the underlying technologies of web services and others are dedicated to providing web services, few books show how to consume web services.
The Ajax craze is sweeping the world, and there is no shortage of libraries from which to choose to make it all easier to develop. One of those libraries has risen near the top in the Java space, and that library is DWR. DWR, or Direct Web Remoting, allows you to treat your Java classes running on the server as if they were local objects running in the browser, bringing the full power of your server–side business logic to the client without the usual problems that entails.
by Aaron Gustafson, Jonathan Snook, Dan Webb, Stuart Langridge, Apress