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Research and Markets: Professional JavaScript Frameworks: Prototype, YUI, ExtJS, Dojo and MooTools

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f5923d/professional_javas) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new report "Professional JavaScript Frameworks: Prototype, YUI, ExtJS, Dojo and MooTools" to their offering.

As the industry-standard, must-know scripting language, JavaScript is supported by all major browsers and is increasingly the foundation of new web development technologies such as Ajax and JSON. This book offers a selection of some of the most active and most used JavaScript frameworks available, replete with practical examples and explanations of what each framework does best. You'll look at common web development tasks and discover how each framework approaches that set of tasks, as well as learn how to use the features of each framework and avoid potential pitfalls.

Key Topics Covered:

Introduction.

Part I: Prototype.

Chapter 1: Extending and Enhancing DOM Elements.

Chapter 2: Handling Cross-Browser Events.

Chapter 3: Simplifying AJAX and Dynamic Data.

Chapter 4: Working with Forms.

Chapter 5: Manipulating Common Data Structures and Functions.

Chapter 6: Extending Prototype.

Part II: Yahoo! User Interface Library.

Chapter 7: Traversing and Manipulating the DOM with YUI.

Chapter 8: Handling Cross-Browser Events.

Chapter 9: Using Animation and Drag and Drop.

Chapter 10: Simplifying AJAX and Dynamic Loading.

Chapter 11: Building User Interfaces with Widgets (Part I).

Chapter 12: Building User Interfaces with Widgets (Part II).

Chapter 13: Enhancing Development with the YUI Core.

Chapter 14: Dealing with Data, Tables, and Charts.

Chapter 15: Working with YUI CSS Tools.

Chapter 16: Building and Deploying.

Part III: Ext JS.

Chapter 17: Architecture and Library Conventions.

Chapter 18: Elements, DomHelper, and Templates.

Chapter 19: Components, Layouts, and Windows.

Chapter 20: Handling Data and Talking with the Server.

Chapter 21: DataViews and Grids.

Chapter 22: Form Controls, Validation, and a Whole Lot More.

Part IV: Dojo.

Chapter 23: Enhancing Development with Dojo Core.

Chapter 24: Manipulating the Dom.

Chapter 25: Handling Events.

Chapter 26: Composing Animations.

Chapter 27: Working with Ajax and Dynamic Data.

Chapter 28: Building User Interfaces with Widgets.

Chapter 29: Building and Deploying Dojo.

Chapter 30: Expanding Dojo.

Part V: MooTools.

Chapter 31: Enhancing Development with MooTools.

Chapter 32: Manipulating the Dom and Handling Events.

Chapter 33: Simplifying Ajax and Handling Dynamic Data.

Chapter 34: Building User Interfaces and Using Animation.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f5923d/professional_javas

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