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13 本 Ajax 最重要的書

August 24, 2006 (Thursday) Leave a comment Go to comments

Agile Ajax: Social Network Analysis of Ajax Books

這篇文章的作者做了一個有趣的研究,由幾本 Ajax 的書開始,透過 Amazon 的 “customers who bought this book also bought…” 的功能,找出以下 13 本最重要的 Ajax 書籍。

  1. “Ajax in Action”
  2. “Professional Ajax (Programmer to Programmer)”
  3. “Head Rush Ajax”
  4. “Ajax Patterns and Best Practices (Expert’s Voice)”
  5. “DOM Scripting: Web Design with JavaScript and the Document Object Model”
  6. “Foundations of Ajax (Foundation)”
  7. “Hibernate in Action (In Action series)”
  8. “DOM Scripting: Web Design with JavaScript and the Document Object Model”
  9. “Programming Ruby: The Pragmatic Programmers’ Guide, Second Edition”
  10. “Bulletproof Web Design: Improving flexibility and protecting against worst-case scenarios with XHTML and CSS”
  11. “CSS Mastery: Advanced Web Standards Solutions (Solutions)”
  12. “Professional JavaScript for Web Developers (Wrox Professional Guides)”
  13. “Ajax Design Patterns”

研究所的時候看到不少人用這種社會網路手法做研究,而這個卻是我看過這種手法中得出最實用的結果,至少告訴你別人都看了什麼書,輸人不輸陣,跟著看也準沒錯。比較怪的結果是第 7 本,Hibernate in Action,那本質上跟 Ajax 也沒有什麼關係,不過也突顯了 Hibernate 的重要性。休閒時,多看書,如果想要對 Ajax 更了解,這些想必是不錯的選擇。而我,已經看完第 1,7 兩本了。不過如果是想看 Hibernate 的入門書,最好還是先看 Hibernate Quickly,Hibernate in Action 太深了一點。

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  1. August 25, 2006 (Friday) at 13:18


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