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Practical JavaScript, DOM Scripting and AJAX

 
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Hi,

I am building a forum in a site. The data grid I am using has in-place Editors and pagination. But I dont want the "unwanted" page refreshes in the page when I feel to edit a topic or subject in the discussion forum or during pagination.
I want Ajax to be implemented for Pagination and in-place editors in that page so that the users dont have to face the page refreshes for updating or inserting Data or during Page change. MoreOver, If a "User A" starts a new topic,then "User B"(a different person), who is also logged into the same page and in same time can see a new row added by the "User A" in that page without refreshing the entire page. Also the number in the "NO. of Replies" coloumn should increment automatically.
I am really novice in AJAX and Ironically Really Eager to Implement this Technology as soon as possible. I have been working in JavaScript and DOM since couple of months. but I dont have any knowledge about Dojo, Prototype or Scriptaculous and there implementations.

I would be very happy if you let me know the way for implementing those which I have described above and How the Book "Practical JavaScript, DOM Scripting and Ajax" will be help for me from this regard?

Thanks & Regards

Prithiraj Sen Gupta
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[ May 01, 2007: Message edited by: Prithiraj Sen Gupta ]
 
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Hi Prithiraj,

Well, one of the ways my book may help is that you'll see examples of using all of the libraries you mentioned Although, for anyone reading this looking for real in-depth coverage of each, you won't get that in my book... it's more of an introduction/sample usage of some parts of each (the book would have to be *A LOT* bigger and take *A LOT* more time to go into most of these libraries in good depth).

As for how to implement the things you mention, that's going into a great deal of detail, not really appropriate for a forum lik this (we'd be throwing huge chunks of code back and forth over probably hundreds of replies). My suggestion would be to get a good book that will give you a good foundation, and then look at something like mine to get you to the next level.
 
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