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By Shelley Powers

Including Ajax is perfect for the intermediate to complicated internet builders between you who're apprehensive and careworn approximately Ajax, considering that it'll strength you to begin over along with your craft. This fresh advisor will calm these fears by way of supplying a wholly new method of the subject. instead of introduce Ajax as a totally new approach of doing issues, this ebook exhibits you ways to combine Ajax with current websites, and does so via construction to Ajax instead of development from an Ajax beginning. through studying this publication, you'll find out how Ajax helps you to create "rich" internet functions, yet extra importantly, you will see how the practices you stick with feed correct into Ajax - and that, ordinarily, you already paintings with the applied sciences concerned. including bits and items usually makes even more experience than tearing down and rebuilding, and you can learn how to combine Ajax together with your traditional procedure. on the finish of including Ajax, there is mirrored image on no matter if beginning over may be a enjoyable concept, yet through then you definately can be even more happy with it.

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Other libraries incorporate its use into more complex objects. One other aspect of cross-browser incompatibility is that some older Mozilla-based browsers may not properly handle the request if the result does not return with a proper XML MIME header of text/xml. There is an additional method in Mozilla-compatible browsers, overrideMimeType (with a parameter of text/xml) to correct for this occurrence. However, this method is not available on XMLHttpRequest for all browsers, such as IE 7. Now that the XMLHttpRequest object has been created, what do we do with it?

This will help to ensure the plan’s requirements are met. I remember reading somewhere once that you only have to meet the needs of 90 or 95 percent of your web page readers. 5 for the Mac, but it isn’t true for people who face enough challenges in life without having more thrust on them just to access your site. This may include: • The visually impaired, who may use a text-to-speech browser • Those physically incapable of using a mouse 24 | Chapter 1: Getting Ready to Make a Move to Ajax • People who suffer from color blindness • The hearing impaired, who may not be able to listen to a podcast or hear auditory instructions • People with attention-deficit disorder or other learning-comprehension challenges, who may not be able to quickly comprehend fast-moving text or flashed messages • The tired, time-challenged, distracted, and stressed In other words, all of us.

38 | Chapter 2: The Ajax Bits We’ll be using this object throughout the book, so it makes sense to begin a global JavaScript library that we’ll use with all the examples and add this function as the first entry. By doing this, we can code the function once and forget about it. js, after this book. Because the examples in the book use other libraries, from time to time all functions and objects in the library are prefaced with “aa_” to distinguish them from other library functions that might otherwise have the same name—for example, aaGetXmlHttpRequest instead of the plain getXmlHttpRequest.

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