AJAX Programming

VU Course ID: CP332
Curriculum: 33 videos
Textbooks: None
Prerequisites: None
Developer: Bucky Roberts
Provider: TheNewBoston.com
Recordable: Yes

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Course Description

AJAX is not a programming language but rather a group of Web design techniques that combine HTML, CSS and Javascript. Using AJAX, you can bring one-dimensional Web pages to life and turn any page into a cutting edge Web app. AJAX, an acronym for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, is used on many high-end websites to achieve interactivity with users, manipulate the DOM and give users a rich browsing experience. AJAX and full-fledged programming languages such as Javascript have left Web 1.0 design in the dust and opened a new era of possibilities and challenges for Web programmers. This course, comprised of 33 videos, will introduce you to basic AJAX Web design techniques.

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