Going back to the previous article, you'll remember that I demonstrated how to take advantage of the robust AJAX capacities that come with this library by looking at the helpful "AJAX.Request" and "AJAX.Updater" classes. These classes help you to rapidly develop AJAX-based applications without having to deal with cross-browser issues, or write custom code to handle the different states of a given HTTP request.
Nonetheless, this package has some extra functions and methods that deserve an in-depth look. In this last tutorial of the series, I'm going to explain the appropriate usage of some of them, including the implementation of iterators functions, event observers, and form handlers. Sounds really interesting, right?
Now that you know the topics that will be covered in this final article, let's move forward together and continue discovering many other useful capabilities that come integrated with Prototype. Let's go!