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About Kris Hadlock
Kris Hadlock has been a web developer and designer since 1996, which has provided him with extensive knowledge of digital trends and web technologies. He has worked on projects for companies such as SPIN Magazine, United Airlines, JP Morgan Chase, Le Cordon Bleu, Canon, Office of the Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, and many more.
He is the author of jQuery Mobile: Develop and Design (Peachpit), Ajax for Web Application Developers (Sams) and The ActionScript Migration Guide (New Riders) as well as a featured columnist and writer for numerous websites and design magazines, including IBM developerWorks, Peachpit.com, InformIT.com, and Practical Web Design magazine to name a few.
Kris is also the founder and owner of summus.io (a full service web design and development agency), wordherd.io (a website migration company) and wordsecured.com (a WordPress security company).
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Ajax for Web Application Developers provides the in-depth working knowledge of Ajax that web developers need to take their web applications to the next level. The book shows how to create an Ajax-driven web application from an object-oriented perspective, and it includes discussion of several useful Ajax design patterns.
The final section of the book combines the individual code examples and techniques from earlier chapters of the book into one larger, Ajax-driven application—an internal web mail application that can be used in any user-based application, such as a community-based web application. Readers will learn not only how to create and use their own reusable Ajax components in this application
but also how to connect their components to any future Ajax applications that they might build.
Covering the latest version of the jQuery Mobile Framework, jQuery Mobile: Develop and Design teaches readers step-by-step how to get started, how to write code, and ultimately how to create mobile websites using the jQuery Mobile framework. The book is hands-on, with code examples (with corresponding on-line demos) and activities throughout.