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|The "Ajax Design Patterns" (2006) published by O'Reilly is now available. You can order direct from O'Reilly's website (where you can also obtain electronic copies), from Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk or other online and physical stores. The book includes 70 design patterns with overview sketches and screenshots. Prior to the patterns, the first three chapters contain: an overview on Ajax, a tutorial on Ajax for those who haven't yet done any hands-on Ajax development, and a discussion of design principles for Ajax.|
no material on this site is covered under a broad, flexible, Creative Commons license. It means that you can copy the content, modify it, and so on.
This is a publicly editable wiki - you can change anything without even requiring a login. To play around with the editing feature, you can make any edits you want on this sandbox page. Contributions are welcome, whether it's a spelling change or an entire description of a new page. No need to ask permission, just click the edit tab on any page and edit at will.
If you create a new page, be sure to link to it from somewhere else. If creating a new pattern, link to it from the Patterns page. If creating a new category of Ajax Framework/Library, please add a link to it from Ajax Frameworks.
As spam protection, you'll need to pass a "captcha" test to make any changes - that's the little numeric image under each edit box, which you must copy in order to prove you're a human. Eventually, the system should be updated to elevate the status of regular contributors to avoid that situation, but for now you can mail michael@mahemoff with your username and a request to remove the Captcha validation.
The site grew from an initial blog post on Michael Mahemoff's blog and was used to produce the online draft of the O'Reilly Design Patterns text. It's since grown into a general resource on Ajax. For its first year, the wiki was only partially open, with important pages such as pattern descriptions closed to the public due to vandalism concerns while the book was being written. Now that the book is complete, and many Ajax patterns are emerging and being refined, the entire wiki is open to the public (with the exception of the homepage).