|By Business Wire||
|October 19, 2009 12:46 PM EDT||
Key Topics Covered:
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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