Yes it is out! My new book Ajax: The Complete Reference (AjaxTCR) is available for purchase at Amazon and elsewhere. That clearly counts as the advertising, so now to the truth.
The truth is most certainly this isn’t a complete reference. I’d need about 10,000 pages to pull that off plus major people power to make it happen before it became hopelessly out of date. However, what it is a pretty impressive effort none the less, so let me explain what the book actually is and why in my opinion why that is important.
So if you do the research I can say this is one of maybe 6 books that currently ships that spends most of its page count talking about the Ajax buzzword in its title. Already a few people that have spent the time reading already discovered this I hope you take a look for yourself.
I’ll start posting very often for the next few weeks with posts discussing each chapter and what is interesting so stay tuned.
p.s. Check out the evolving support site at ajaxref.com if you want to get more of a flavor for the book and run some examples but I will reference each as I post excerpts and commentary.