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Ajax in SCWCD?

 
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Hello i'm SCJP and my next target is the SCWD, its true what in the new SCWCD include ajax topic?

What Ajax Library is include in the SCWD?

your book include any chapter about this topic?



Thank you for your time and sorry for my bad english



 
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The SCWCD does not include any questions on Ajax.

For a complete list of the objectives check this link: http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CX-310-083.xml
 
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Please have a look at the SCWCD Objectives.
There are nothing to do with Ajax.
 
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You need to realise that SCWCD is focused on the server-side while AJAX is (fundamentally) a client-side technique - okay, AJAX systems obviously communicate with the server, but most of the AJAX you'll learn will be utilising JavaScript to pull data from the server into a browser, rather than what happens on the server itself... if you see what I mean

So no, nothing to do with AJAX in the SCWCD exam. Quite what happened to Sun's Q1 2009 plans for a Certified AJAX Developer exam I don't know either. They might have gone, along with the leaving of the then-programme-coordinator.
 
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Charles Lyons wrote:You need to realise that SCWCD is focused on the server-side while AJAX is (fundamentally) a client-side technique - okay, AJAX systems obviously communicate with the server, but most of the AJAX you'll learn will be utilising JavaScript to pull data from the server into a browser, rather than what happens on the server itself... if you see what I mean


off course!!! its very clear for me.


So no, nothing to do with AJAX in the SCWCD exam. Quite what happened to Sun's Q1 2009 plans for a Certified AJAX Developer exam I don't know either. They might have gone, along with the leaving of the then-programme-coordinator.




Thank you for your answer
 
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