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Professional Web 2.0 Programming [Paperback]

Eric van der Vlist , Danny Ayers , Erik Bruchez , Joe Fawcett , Alessandro Vernet

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Table of Contents

Foreword.

Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

Chapter 1: Hello Web 2.0 World.

Introducing BuzzWatch.

Charting the Landscape.

Exploring Behind the Scene.

Making BuzzWatch a Better Web Citizen.

Making BuzzWatch More Maintainable.

Applying the Final Touch.

Conclusion.

Chapter 2: Page Presentation.

Creating Clean and Simple Pages.

From HTML to XHTML.

The Document Object Model.

Cascading Style Sheets.

Tools.

Summary.

Chapter 3: JavaScript and Ajax.

JavaScript: Understanding Lesser-Known but Crucial Features.

JavaScript Optimizations.

Ajax.

Summary.

Chapter 4: Design Principles.

Common Design Issues.

Summary 109

Chapter 5: What’s Next for Web 2.0?

XSLT and XPath.

SVG.

XForms.

What’s Next for HTML.

Summary.

Chapter 6: Rich Client Alternatives.

From Browsers to Rich Clients.

Comparing Rich Client Frameworks.

Summary.

Chapter 7: HTTP and URIs.

How the Web Was Won.

Web 1.0: HTML, URLs, and HTTP.

The Web Model and REST.

Considerations for Building an HTTP Service.

What’s on the Wire?

More Representations.

Summary.

Chapter 8: XML and Its Alternatives.

XML.

Alternatives to XML.

Summary.

Chapter 9: Syndication.

Some Syndication Basics.

The Syndication Process.

Syndication Formats.

Summary.

Chapter 10: Microformats.

The Basics of Microformats.

Creating Microformat Documents.

Summary.

Chapter 11: Combining Protocols to Build Web Services.

Clarifying Web Services.

REST Services.

WS-* Services.

REST versus WS-*.

Summary.

Chapter 12: Serving XML over HTTP.

How Is Serving HTML Different?

Serving Static Content.

Serving Dynamic Content.

XQuery and XML Databases.

Serving JSON.

Summary.

Chapter 13: Databases and Non-XML Sources.

Dealing with Non-XML Sources.

Converting Relational Data to XML.

Converting Binary Data to XML.

Summary.

Chapter 14: Creating Syndication Channels.

A Simple Atom Service.

Running the Application.

Adding E-mail Support.

Summary.

Chapter 15: Mashups, HTML Scraping, and Web Services.

Popular Examples: Mapping Mashups.

Why Use Mashups?

The Business Model of Mashups.

Screen Scraping.

Creating Feeds.

Mapping and Badges.

Summary.

Chapter 16: Implementing and Maintaining Your URI Space.

Future-Proofing Your URIs.

Managing Change in Your URI Space.

Your URI Mapping Toolbox.

Summary.

Chapter 17: Podcasting and Serving Multimedia.

The Formats Labyrinth.

Protocols.

Summary.

Chapter 18: Security.

What Is Security?

Lessons Learned from History.

The Layered Approach.

Authentication and Authorization.

Message Encryption.

Message Digests.

Digital Certificates.

Secure Sockets Layer.

Code Security.

Web Services Security.

Summary.

Index.

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