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The weblog of Joshua Eichorn, PHP, AJAX and Open Source
I simply love your effort with HTML_Ajax. When it goes stable, it is going to be an amazing tool.
I was wondering if you have any plans on having HTML_Ajax work with Structures_DataGrid?
Then I was wondering if you book utilizes HTML_Ajax – or are you planning on writing a book where you show how to use it?
My book covers HTML_AJAX along with a couple other libraries and a bunch of other stuff. Integrating with Structures_DataGrid would be a good idea, but its not currently on the roadmap.
“I was wondering if you have any plans on having HTML_Ajax work with Structures_DataGrid?”
That is also what I was looking for.
Hello Joshua Eichorn,
I was wondering if I were alone having problems with the menu on http://www.phpdoc.org/ in IE7.
Excuse, but my English is not very good. I also have a certification CCNA granted by Cisco System of Argentine and I like much the programming and now I am discovering mysterious world PHP. Thank you very much by your contributions.
To intention, your first name is the same one that the one of my son. God bless you. Ariel of the Argentine.
thanks to and Eric for organizing the AZPHP group. That was interesting discussion last night from programming talk to particle physics. If you guys are ever short a speaker for the group, I would be happy to do a talk on project mgmt and source control w/ Trac/SVN and show off how we’ve made it simpler via the Trac JumpBox-> http://www.jumpbox.com/tracsubversion-development-jumpbox/
I thoroughly enjoyed your latest book, Understanding Ajax! I have not completely read the book and just read sections of the book. However,your book uses PHP code only for server side scripting. I must admit that personally I do not care for PHP and thus would prefer code samples to be in other languages too, such as JSP, ASP or CFM. I think your readers will appreciate this, although understand this is a large undertaking.
I also do understand your preference for PHP though as evident in your work and background.
I came across your book (Understanding AJAX: Consuming the Sent Data with XML and JSON, Digital Shortcut – Kindle Edition) on Amazon. I am interested in all things JSON and especially the tradeoffs in using JSON versus XML.
I would like to get the book but is it available in print format and/or is it available in a non-Kindle format?
Michael: You should be able to get the print version of the book from amazon, just click on the cover on the side of the page.
Do you have a WSDL file that describes your webthumbs web service? I am working on a .net wrapper and webcontrol for webthumbs.
Rafe: I don’t have an WSDL file but I can provide support as needed, feel free to email me email@example.com
I meant the book titled “Understanding AJAX: Consuming the Sent Data with XML and JSON, Digital Shortcut (Kindle Edition)”. This seems to be only available as a Kindle Edition (BTW the book may be $7 but the Kindle reader is $400 and it isn’t available). This book is only available as a Kindle edition on Amazon.com and I don’t see it on your site at all or even on Amazon.ca.
P.S. This is a critical debate to me (ok, maybe I need a hobby)
Michael: Hmm when I was looking at Amazon.com the paperback edition was still available.
It also looks like its available at Barnes & Noble: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/booksearch/isbninquiry.asp?ean=9780132216357&z=y
InformIt also has it and I believe they have the full book available as a PDF
The book I want is called “Understanding AJAX: Consuming the Sent Data with XML and JSON, Digital Shortcut (Kindle Edition)” and has a release date of
March 27, 2007 and an ISBN 0132337932. You can find it at http://www.amazon.com/Understanding-AJAX-Consuming-Digital-Shortcut/dp/B000P28WGC/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1201759419&sr=8-2
So are there 2 books or does your initial book contain the JSON vs XML comparison (although I don’t see it in the index).
we (exozet) want to learn more about phpDocumentor.
Is it possible to create class diagramms?
have a nice day
Totally missed this last comment:
phpDocumentor doesn’t currently create any diagrams though it would be possible to add it.
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