From Ajax Patterns
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In The Media
If you've spotted AjaxPatterns.org mentioned offline (e.g. book or journal), please let me know.
Kind words from the blogosphere.
- "AJAX Patterns seems to be the center of the AJAX universe." -- Java Entrepeneur
- "The list of AJaX resources seems to be endless, but I always remember only one: www.ajaxpatterns.org. This is a Wiki that contains tons of great links to AJaX resources, including valuable contributions of fellow Lotus bloggers." -- Ferdy Christent
- "I've been working on some Ajax stuff lately and this morning I was complaining to patterns guru Erich Gamma that I hadn't seen any good design pattern resources for Ajax. He pointed me to this site which looks good: http://ajaxpatterns.org -- Bill Higgins
- "Check out this site by Michael Mahemoff; there's some wonderful work developing here." -- " Grady Booch
- "For those looking into Ajax, there are many many tutorials and information on the web, but only one true site [AjaxPatterns.org] which collects and shares everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Ajax in web development." -- BunchOfNerds.com
- There are plenty of books on this issue (and I bought almost all of them) but one really stands apart: Ajax Design Patterns by Michael Mahemoff. His site is http://ajaxpatterns.org/. -- Programmers Thoughts
- Here’s the companion web site to the Ajax Patterns book. It’s a terrific compendium of code snippets–but it also includes discussions, approaches, and architecture issues for each pattern. -- Triple Dog Dare Media Blog
- Wrox's Professional Ajax includes a chapter, "Ajax Patterns", based mostly on the patterns at this site. The chapter includes code examples and a discussion for the following Ajax Patterns: Predictive Fetch, Submission Throttling, Periodic Refresh, and Multi-Stage Download.
- Ajax for Dummies refers to AjaxPatterns' examples and frameworks pages and calls it the best Ajax site available ... "The Ajax Patterns Page is a great resource. Patterns refers to best programming practices, and there's a lot of discussion on this site about that topic. In addition, this site has a great page of links to Ajax examples and the various Ajax frameworks available ... In my view, the interactive discussion and huge number of resources help make this the best Ajax site available anywhere, bar none. Take a look!"
- APress's Foundations of Ajax cites AjaxPatterns as an Ajax resource and within the book.
- Manning's Ajax In Action has an appendix based on the Ajax Frameworks listings in this site. (Due to an error, the first printing and early electronic editions don't attribute it, though it was included with full permission.)