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Commentary and example code, posts about various resources. Multiple authors including JPSpan author Harry Fuecks.
Hands-on, instructor-led Ajax training classes delivered at client sites worldwide
AJAX blog aggregator, each posting contains a short quote and some commentary
AJAX and other Rich Internet application news. Lots of posts about new AJAX toolkits and new websites using AJAX.
A php project that adds spell checking to a textarea using the pspell extension (also has a wrapper supporting aspell). The license is BSD style. The CPAINT AJAX library is used.
Slides to presentation given at the AzPHP Users group in April '05, gives an AJAX intro and shows a demo app built with JPSpan
Includes live search, Posting of a form, an active grid, various effects and notifications as well.
Cake is a well done port of the Ruby on Rails framework to PHP. This includes all its AJAX integration with the prototype js lib. AJAX integration is all done through easy to use helper functions, but its not really standalone so if you don't want to use the entire framework its not really a solution.
Article which discusses problems with linking to a page created using AJAX, different techniques and there problems are covered
Mainly a cross browser XMLHttpRequest wrapper. General use case seems to do content replace from a result but you can also set a onLoad handler and run callbacks from there.
Author of Drip, IE Leak detector as well as general AJAX commentary
Good overview of AJAX and then building an Auto-save text area with Dojo and Prototype, sample code linked from slides
Essay covering using AJAX to prefetch data for a user to improve there overall experience. This is a good article focusing on ways you could measure the impact of the speedup and calculate its ROI. This is great way of looking at AJAX if your trying to sell it to a client or a boss.
Great looking AJAX calendar, supports drag and drop rescheduling and resizing. Events are only scheduled in day intervals and there is no overlap checking. Supports multiple categories each with a ics export and a rss feed. Events that span multiple days are shown as a single enity. Works in Firefox, Opera, Safari, and IE.
A short article giving an introduction to XMLHttpRequest shows how to submit a form using it and then howto return results using simple text instead of xml. The backend examples are done in Ruby but aren’t a large part of the article. A section on error handling is also included.
Short tutorial covering how to use Rails built in AJAX features. Covers the basic setup, link_to_remote, form_remote_tags, and observe_field. Also gives a the standard what is AJAX bit and paragraph on when to use AJAX.
Article covering howto load data from a remote server using IFrames
Presentation gives a general AJAX overview, lots of coverage on removing
Silicon Valley Watcher: Where can you find Flickr and Apple in the same room? At the AJAX Summit of course. An insider report from the press-free zone where the future of webdev is being mapped out. · Wiki
Article giving an overview of AJAX and a quick review of the O'Reilly/Adaptive Path AJAX Summit
Good definition of what AJAX is as well as general thoughts about its future
Introduction to using Sajax in php. Shows a small example and walks through the code.
Introduction to using JPSpan. Shows a small example and walks through the code.
Very well written feed reader with a nice clean UI. Good example of how to give feedback to a user during the loadng process. No toolkit was used but its not really needed for an app like this since all the work is done in PHP. New chunks of HTML are downloaded and replaced using innerHTML.
General AJAX coverage focusing on Big players like Google, MS, Macromedia/Adobe and how AJAX will affect the market for things like Flash and XAML
Quick article showing how to do basic AJAX abd some Generic XML interaction with Sarissa
OO PHP AJAX library, uses JSON as its serialization format, and supports events and HTML manipulation
Brief overview of AJAX, defining it showing its structural differences from old web models. This article wasn't about new technology but it was about a new name and that name stuck.
A new toolkit that uses similar data serialization techniques as JPSpan. Focus is on automatic form validation and includes automatic form field binding code. Supports synchronous and asynchronous operation and mapping js calls directly to php calls. Calls are made against classes which are exposed to javscript content by including the base js library and using a bind api.
Using Sajax Daren Jackson created dynamically editable database table. Cells are edited using click to edit and the updates are saved using ajax when you click on another cell. Its a great look demo and an example of what you can do with AJAX but its not yet wrapped up as an easy to use widget.
Provides a cross browsers (IE and Mozilla) api for sending requests over XMLHttpRequest using either GET or POST. Supports synchronous and asynchronous operation. Provides some basic utility functions for working with the resulting xml. Also provides caching support and a pool for XMLHttpRequest objects.
A PHP GPL application that provides a Streaming MP3 Jukebox. The application uses sajax for all content loading, providing lots of nice feedback offering good usability. The only problem seems to be that it only supports firefox and safari.
Article focus's heavily on getting the actual validation done, XMLHttpRequest is used, but the actual implementation of looks a little light weight on error handling and cross browser coverage. The validation code is simple enough and easy to understand but I don't think I would want to build my sites validation off this example. The code in php or asp is a nice touch, and there is a working example to download.
phpRiot() :: Cloning Google Suggest with AjaxAC :: PHP articles, PHP tutorials, MySQL tutorials, PostgreSQL tutorials · Wiki
Well written article, if your interested in AjaxAC you should start with this. It seems to use best practices of developing with AjaxAC so it will be a good model to follow in future development. Its light on the overall overview of how the toolkit works but you can follow its model to build your own small app. The example app is a google suggest clone.
Cross-browser wrapper for native XML APIs. It offers various XML related goodies like Document instantiation, XML loading from URLs or strings, XSLT transformations, XPath queries. Provides an XMLHttpRequest wrapper thats supports synchronous and asynchronous operation.
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