Mastering Dojo
Imagine a true thin-client web application environment, with no browser incompatibilities, no plugins, and an interface that's closer to a desktop app. You can have it all, today. Welcome to The Dojo Toolkit.

Mastering Dojo walks you through the whole range of modern web programming problems, from bringing simple web pages to life with widgets and animation, to designing and building an enterprise-class, single-page Rich Internet Application (RIA).

Are your web pages becoming more and more complex, with hundreds of lines of sprawling JavaScript as clients demand modern Ajax designs? Or maybe you're about to enter the new world of single-page, Rich Internet Applications? Dojo is the unified toolkit that you need to get the job done. more »
Building a Web 2.0 Portal with ASP.NET 3.5
In this exciting era of Web 2.0 development,
Dojo pushes the boundaries of the
possible with snazzy user interfaces that
can be quickly implemented and easily
maintained.
This comprehensive overview to creating
object-oriented widgets with Dojo 0.9+
tackles the most foundational Dojo design
concepts-leaving you poised for
productivity and efficiency, and ready to
achieve superior results. Read on to explore
the depths of inheritance and encapsulation,
learn the most common
pitfalls (before you fall prey to them),
and begin your Dojo journey on rocksolid
footing.
You've been developing with Dojo for a
while? No problem; you'll still benefit
from a thorough review of the fundamentals
now that 0.9 has landed. more »
Dojo: The Definitive Guide
The Dojo toolkit provides an end-to-end solution for development in the browser - everything from its standard JavaScript library and turnkey widgets to build tools and a testing framework. This comprehensive guide to Dojo includes a hard-hitting reference to help you build rich and responsive web applications with complex layouts and form controls closely resembling those found in the most advanced desktop applications. If you're a DHTML-toting web developer, you need to read this book. more »