Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf | June 18, 2008 | 568 pages | English | ISBN 10: 1934356115 | 6.6 MB
In Mastering Dojo, you'll get the whole story, from basic usage to advanced idioms. Mastering Dojo starts out with a fast moving tutorial that will give you techniques that you can start using right away. You'll learn all about Dojo Core?the foundation on which all things Dojo stand. See how you can modularize your project for development and automatically package your release for optimal download performance. You'll also learn how Dojo:
fixes the event system
simplifies DOM programming
provides a complete class definition facility
includes a powerful remote scripting (XHR) framework
and much more. Youll love using Dojos HTML user interface control widget system, Dijit. See how to use over 40 widgets, including the rich yet easy to use tree and grid controls.
Finally, you'll get an in depth look at how to design and build a single page, rich Internet Application.About the AuthorCraig Riecke
is a Dojo committer and a writer and editor for the Book of Dojo, Dojos online documentation. He is currently Manager of Application Development for CXtec in Syracuse, NY. While programming he listens to old, scratchy blues musicon his iPod. His motto is Id rather drink muddy water and sleep in a hollow log than write a redundant line of code.Rawld Gill
has served as chief architect of five major lines of commercial, enterprise class software targeted at the pharmaceutical industry over the last 25 years. He co invented the concept of distributed data collection for clinical trials. A former U.S. Air Force officer and instructor fighter pilot, he has logged more than 2000 hours in supersonic jet fighter aircraft.Alex Russell
is the project lead for The Dojo Toolkit and president of the Dojo Foundation.