This is the third in a three-part series of excerpts of Manning's Ajax in Action Chapter 4. This is the first of three chapters that apply refactoring and patterns to the client-side codebase. You won't see much of the asynchronous requests that give Ajax its name in this chapter, but the style of programming being discussing here is a direct consequence of being able to make asynchronous requests.
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Dave Crane holds degrees in Chemistry, Parallel Computing, and Ecological Economics from Edinburgh University in Scotland. He has worked with Internet technologies for the last ten years, primarily with Java technologies such as J2EE, Jini and Jython. He has pushed the boundaries of DHTML, and latterly Ajax, since 1997, in web site design, on early Digital TV set-top boxes and in home automation systems. Most recently, he has been senior developer for Smartstream Tchnologies Ltd., developing highly-interactive Ajax-based application frameworks that are currently in use in many tier-1 banks and financial institutions worldwide. Dave lives in Gloucestershire, UK.
Darren James is the architect of the opensource Rico project. He lives in Sunnyvale, CA.