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What’s in This Book
I know what you’re thinking: forms are boring. Nobody leaps out of bed in the morning, cracks their knuckles, and shouts, “Today, I’m going to fill in some forms!” Well, once you trick out your forms with the enhancements in this chapter, they just might. Oh, and just to spice up this chapter a bit more, we’ll show you how to make an element on your page draggable.
You might have heard about this thing called Ajax that makes web pages look like desktop applications, and shaky business ventures look like solid investments. We put it into this book for both those reasons.
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