Difference between our two AJAX books

Posted by: Wallace B. McClure, on 08 Jul 2007 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

One of the questions that I keep getting is, "What is the difference between our two AJAX books?"  Let me explain the two and I think this will resolve the questions: Our "Beginning AJAX with ASP.NET" book is about how to use AJAX technologies with ASP.NET.  In this book, we cover the basics of AJAX and how they can work with ASP.NET.  This book covers the gamut of AJAX technologies.  Along with covering the basics, we cover Sarissa, AJAX.NET Pro Library, along with a sneak...

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