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AUL adds accesskey underlines to html pages without putting the u in the source. All you do is tag your legends or buttons with the accesskey attribute and then include the library. The js code will search through all the elements with access key set and add the u tags to the dom. If the character isn't found in the element it will be added to the end.
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.
OO PHP AJAX library, uses JSON as its serialization format, and supports events and HTML manipulation
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.
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.
script.aculo.us is built on top of prototype and adds in a large number of fully documented visual effects. It also includes a drag and drop library. Demos are provided of all features including small sample applications.
A small (4kb) lightweight js library that provides drag n drop of dom elements. Website contains lots of examples to help you get started but also suggests its non-conventational and expirimental in setup. Doesn't seem to be actively maintained but its small enough it might just be feature complete.
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