Stuart Langridge

[Photo] Stuart  Langridge

Stuart Langridge has been playing with the Web since 1994, and is quite possibly the only person in the world to have a BSc in Computer Science and Philosophy. He invented the term unobtrusive DHTML, and has been a leader in the quest to popularize this new approach to scripting. When not working on the Web, he's a keen Linux user and part of the team at open-source radio show LUGRadio. He likes drinking decent beers, studying stone circles and other ancient phenomena, and trying to learn the piano. Stuart contributes to Stylish Scripting: SitePoint's DHTML and CSS Blog.

Books from Stuart

[Book Cover] DHTML Utopia Modern Web Design Using JavaScript and DOM
DHTML Utopia Modern Web Design Using JavaScript and DOM (Author)
From SitePoint, released June 1st, 2005
"Create Killer Websites Using the Power of Modern JavaScript" DHTML Utopia is an easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorial that will show you how to make your websites more slick, dynamic, and usable. Add dynamic interactivity to your website with DHTML by combinin...
[Book Cover] Accelerated DOM Scripting with AJAX, APIs, and Libraries
Accelerated DOM Scripting with AJAX, APIs, and Libraries (Author)
From Apress, released September 27th, 2007
If you're a web developer with previous JavaScript and DOM scripting experience, Accelerated DOM Scripting with Ajax, APIs, and Libraries is perfect for you to take your knowledge up to the next level. This book is about JavaScript and using the document object...