Chapter of the week: Security and Ajax

This chapter, excerpted from Ajax in Action, discusses security-related concerns that have particular implications for Ajax.

About the Chapter
Security is an increasingly important concern for Internet services. Adding proper security measures to an Ajax application can be a strong differentiator for a product. This chapter, excerpted from Ajax in Action, discusses security-related concerns that have particular implications for Ajax.
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About the Book
Ajax in Action explains how to distribute an application between the client and the server while retaining the integrity of the system. Learn how to ensure the application is flexible and maintainable, and how good, structured design can help avoid problems like browser incompatabilities. This book includes Ajax principles, pitfalls to avoid and examples of Ajax in action.

About the Author
Dave Crane has pushed the boundaries of DHTML, and latterly Ajax, on digital TV set-top boxes, in home automation and banking and financial systems. He lives in Gloucestershire, UK.
Eric Pascarello is an ASP.NET developer and a moderator of the HTML and JavaScript forum at JavaRanch. He lives in Laurel, MD.
Darren James is the architect of the opensource Rico project. He lives in Sunnyvale, CA.

Note: Reproduced from Ajax in Action, ISBN:1932394613. Copyright 2005 with permission from Manning Publications.

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