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Tia Gustaff Rayl is a consultant who does development and training in database and Web technologies. It comes as no surprise to those who know her that she began her software career with degrees in English and Education from the University of Florida.
As is usual for most newcomers to the field, her introduction to computing was maintaining software. She went on to a long-standing career in the software industry in full life cycle system, application, and database development; project management; and training for PC and mainframe environments. I believe this is a crucial gap: In addition to the lack of style guidelines, much of the book is poorly organized although, the section on DOM is excellent.
XMLHttprequest the technology behind Ajax is relegated to a ebook on the attached CDRom, while many pages are wasted discussing antiquated browser compatibility issues IE 5, really? It's clear that the authors have been too lazy to keep each revision up to date with the most relevant information, and instead just kept on piling crap on top of crap by overflowing large portions of the book onto a CDRom If you look at the contents, roughly pages of the book are on CDRom.
It just complicates everything for a beginner. You are just supposed to load it into your root directory, that is if you know enough to do that, and blindly follow their code as they give you the function calls and the parameters to use, again with no explanation.
Er, uh, that is in their own words from pg " NOTE: The property assignment even-handling technique employed throughout the code in this chapter, and much of the book, is addEvent , a cross browser event handler explained in detail in chapter 32 [ chapter 32 starts on page ], "Event Objects".
This book is tragic. The explanations are top notch. The detail is a thing of beauty. It is minutely accurate from what I've read so far, a veritable work of art.
Forced to give it only two stars as it is of less than average good to a beginner and requires hundreds of pages of reading, chapter 32 for instance, to understand what you are doing on page and from what I can tell by skimming and taking their word for it, most of the rest of the book. Would recommend it to anyone getting started in programming.
Its good starter. And easy to follow the disk is helpful in starting out. The was a great book for its time. I would love to know when the new edition is published featuring HTML5. See all 12 reviews.
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