- Click on the link in my signature.
- Click on the MultiFinanceIT.
- Navigate to the IT + Site Page.
- Click on Links.
- Scroll down to the fallowing heading "Programming Tools" and sub heading "Ajax" or you may make a page search with the same key words.
There are a lot of AJAX related books. Again, click on the link in my signature and then on DigitalStart.net. The Ad books on that page is not random and if you need more, choose books and write AJAX in the Amazon search box in the lower left corner. One of my favorites is "AJAX and PHP: Building Responsive Web Applications" Cristian Darie, Bogdan Brinzarea, Filip Chereches-Tosa and Mihai Bucica. Some links:
More and more professional web sites use AJAX. Google Suggest was among the first. In that book you learn how to implement similar technologies on your own web page. A code archive follows with the book that may be downloaded. They use PHP as server language and MySQL as database platform, but any server language and SQL database platform may be used to create AJAX functionality.
Another favourite is: by Nicholas C. Zakas, Jeremy McPeak and Joe Fawcett "Professional AJAX". Nicholas C. Zakas has his own home page where you can also find a lot of useful code downloads and articles. I will especially draw your attention to the zXML library for cross-browser XML, XPath, and XSLT support.