With an all star line-up of authors including James Edwards, Michael Mahemoff, Ara Pehlivanian, Cameron Adams, Dan Webb, Christian Heilmann, and Simon Willison, this superb book will show you how to:
Create a slick Google Maps and Flickr mashup.
Build your own fully accessible 3D maze.
Create stunning vector graphics using the canvas element.
Have some fun with draggable and sortable table columns.
Give your site some extra personality with client-side badges.
Write better code faster using metaprogramming techniques.
Become a debugging expert using pro-level Firebug tricks.
Presented in full color, all of the books solutions are cross-browser and cross-platform compatible. Best of all, all the code used in the book is available for you to download and experiment with.
Who Should Read This Book?
About the Author
Cameron Adams has been adding to the Internet for over seven years and now runs his own design and development business. He likes to combine the aesthetic with the technological on his weblog.
Christian Heilmann currently works as a lead developer for Agilisys. He publishes an almost daily blog at http://wait-till-i.com . He is a member of the Web Standards Project's DOM Scripting Task Force.
Michael Mahemoff is a hands-on software architect with 23 years of programming experience. Michael is a recovering Java developer, is the author of Ajax Design Patterns (published by O ™Reilly), and writes regularly at softwareas.com.
Ara Pehlivanian has been working on the Web since 1997. He now works for Nurun* as a Senior Client-side developer and Tech Lead working on projects for highly visible clients
Dan Webb is a London-based web developer specializing in web application development and hording vinyl. Danwebb.net is his personal site.