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Extending AJAX with the Flash/JavaScript Integration Kit     
Total Hits: 228  |  Today: 0Author: Kris Hadlock      Rating:  
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One of the benefits of using different technologies in a project is the ability of leveraging them to focus on specific tasks. Developers then have the ability to develop robust applications that provide content in the most effective form. In this article, you'll learn how to extend AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) by cross-communicating between Flash and JavaScript, discover how this technique enables technologies to focus on specialized tasks, and see how it helps to create the ultimate ...

How To Use AJAX     
Total Hits: 162  |  Today: 0Author: Kris Hadlock.      Rating:  
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AJAX, an acronym for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, is the latest technology buzzword. Asynchronous means that you can make a request to a server via Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and continue to process other data while waiting for the response. This means, for example, that you can make calls to a server-side script to retrieve data from a database as XML, send data to a server-side script to be stored in a database, or simply load an XML file to populate pages of your Web site without ...

Building an AJAX-Based Chat: The Barebones Structure     
Total Hits: 345  |  Today: 0Author: Alejandro Gervasio      Rating:  
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Chat programs are common on the web these days. HTTP-based versions were often built as Java applets, but today, developers have a wider range of options when building chat programs. This article gets you started with building one that uses AJAX as the workhorse for sending out http requests without the need for page reloading.
You’ve been seen it hundreds, if not thousands of times before. You’ve surfing the Web, looking for a website that offers the possibility of meeting people and talkin...

Sprinkle Some AJAX Magic in Your Struts Web Application     
Total Hits: 179  |  Today: 0Author: Paul Browne      Rating:  
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AJAX is the latest revolution in web development circles, allowing rich dynamic interfaces deployed within a normal web browser. Struts has been one of the de facto standards for Java-Web development for a number of years, with a large number of applications already deployed. This article will show you how to combine the richness of an AJAX user interface with your existing Struts applications. This article shows a simple and elegant way to do this by including a couple of lines of JavaScript on...

Using the XMLHttpRequest Object and AJAX to Spy On You     
Total Hits: 289  |  Today: 0Author: Earle Castledine      Rating:  
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Every nerd loves the XMLHttpRequest. It supplies the functionality of which Web programmers' dreams are made. Web applications start behaving like desktop applications. Things work as they're "supposed to," freeing the Mum-and-Dad end users from needing to know anything about servers, clients, post-backs and submit buttons—"Submit? Submit to what!"...

Microsoft Wants a Piece of the Ajax Action     
Total Hits: 256  |  Today: 0Author: Mary Jo Foley      Rating:  
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After downplaying the importance of the emerging Ajax programming model, Microsoft has decided to jump with booth feet into the Ajax fray. On Tuesday, Microsoft unveiled "Atlas," a Web client framework that is designed to support multiple DHTML controls with JavaScript code. With Atlas, Microsoft is looking to simplify Ajax programming, Microsoft officials said....

AJAX in Action     
Total Hits: 308  |  Today: 0Author: azamsharp      Rating:  
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I love AJAX, it really cleans my dishes. Unfortunately, in this article we will not be talking about washing detergent. If you like you can visit Clean My Dishes for more details. In this article we will be talking about AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML). All you need to know right now is that AJAX allows you to make server side calls without doing a postback....

Improving Web Application User Experience using AJAX and ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 258  |  Today: 0Author: Srinivas Alagarsamy      Rating:  
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There are often scenarios where we as web developers wished we could provide users the richness and responsiveness of desktop applications. With web applications fast catching up and also replacing their desktop counterparts, it’s only natural for the users to expect better user experience from the web applications we develop. All of us must have hated the page refresh when we selected a country and then the state drop-down filled based on the country. There are other scenarios such as when we e...

DHTML Tree View of Arbitrary Depth using AJAX     
Total Hits: 300  |  Today: 0Author: Adrian Holland      Rating:  
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In a previous article from our team, Bryon Baker provides a JavaScript solution to present a TreeView in any web page. You can find that article here. This article is intended to build on that solution by providing a server side equivalent control, and to give a gentle introduction to AJAX. While the code presented here is developed in a type-safe manner using Generics from .NET Framework 2.0, it can be easily ported back to 1.1 by using an ArrayList instead of List<> in Tree.cs. The code for .N...

Tree View     
Total Hits: 333  |  Today: 0Author: Bryon Baker      Rating:  
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Tree View builds tree browsers for your web pages. It was inspired by D. D. de Kerf who created Easy DHTML treeview. However, it was not practical for creating complex dynamic trees. So I took his ideas and wrote a JavaScript that uses DOM to build the hierarchical document he created with static HTML....

Easy DHTML treeview     
Total Hits: 292  |  Today: 0Author: D.D. de Kerf      Rating:  
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Have you ever tried to insert an easy-to-use treeview into your homepage or even use a treeview in your web-application? If you have, you will probably know that most ready-made treeviews out there are built in a quite complex manner, making heavy use of client side javascript and difficult-to-handle structures like multi-dimensional arrays and such. There is, however, a more elegant way of implementing a treeview using only one small client-side javascript and making use of DOM (Document Object...

Ajax Design Patterns     
Total Hits: 181  |  Today: 0Author: AjaxPatterns.org      Rating:  
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AjaxPatterns.org is an in-progress collection of Ajax patterns being collected and discovered by Michael (mailto:michael@mahemoff.com) Mahemoff (http://mahemoff.com), building on an initial draft published on my blog (http://www.softwareas.com/ajax-patterns) a few months ago. Contributions and comments are very welcome.. What's here is CC-licensed, so please feel free to pull any content into your own work. The patterns will eventually be published as an O'Reilly text, "Ajax Design Patterns"...

Ajax: A New Approach to Web Applications     
Total Hits: 147  |  Today: 0Author: Jesse James Garrett      Rating:  
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If anything about current interaction design can be called “glamorous,” it’s creating Web applications. After all, when was the last time you heard someone rave about the interaction design of a product that wasn’t on the Web? (Okay, besides the iPod.) All the cool, innovative new projects are online. Despite this, Web interaction designers can’t help but feel a little envious of our colleagues who create desktop software. Desktop applications have a richness and responsiveness that has seemed o...

Ajax and weblogs     
Total Hits: 267  |  Today: 0Author: kottke.org      Rating:  
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Using Ajax for this was a no-brainer (it's better than loading all that content ahead of time and having it in hidden layers or something), but I'm going to let you in on a little secret: Ajax is a ridiculously easy technology to implement***, especially if you're using something like Movable Type which quickly and easily outputs chunks of XHTML. The XMLHttpRequest part of this took all of 10 minutes to implement, just put the following in the header of your XHTML file (code adpated from Guide t...

Ajax (programming)     
Total Hits: 157  |  Today: 0Author: Wikipedia      Rating:  
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Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, or Ajax, is a web development technique for creating interactive web applications using a combination of, HTML (or XHTML) and CSS for presenting information, the Document Object Model manipulated through JavaScript to dynamically display and interact with the information presented, the XMLHttpRequest object to exchange data asynchronously with the web server. (XML is commonly used, although any format will work, including preformatted HTML, plain text, JSON and e...

AJAX in Action     
Total Hits: 161  |  Today: 0Author: javarss.com      Rating:  
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Like everyone else, I was amazed when I saw some rich client applications like Google Maps and Google Suggest. I wondered how could you do that. Well, the secret is now out, AJAX. After spending some time learning what AJAX is all about. Here is real working example of AJAX for a perfect scenario and how we are using it in JavaRSS.com....

Ajax, Ajax Everywhere     
Total Hits: 237  |  Today: 0Author: powazek.com      Rating:  
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In February 2005, Adaptive Path published an essay called "Ajax: A New Approach to Web Applications" by Jesse James Garrett. This week I got to participate in an Ajax Summit sponsored by Adaptive Path and O'Reilly. Yes, there were just three months in between the naming and the first conference. That's fast even at internet speeds. Read the article to learn more!...

Ajax.NET - A free library for the Microsoft .NET Framework     
Total Hits: 160  |  Today: 0Author: Michael Schwarz      Rating:  
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THE LIBRARY IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES THAT THE LIBRARY IS FREE OF DEFECTS, MERCHANTABLE, FIT FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGING. THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE LIBRARY IS WITH YOU. SHOULD ANY PROVE DEFECTIVE IN ANY RESPECT, YOU (NOT THE INITIAL
DEVELOPER OR ANY OTHER CONTRIBUTOR) ASSUME THE COST OF ANY NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION....

New version of AJAX Wrapper for .NET     
Total Hits: 215  |  Today: 0Author: weblogs.asp.net      Rating:  
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A new version of the AJAX Wrapper DLL is available online for free at http://ajax.schwarz-interactive.de/download/ajax.zip. For demonstration I have added a new sample (including source code of sample project) that will show how to use the AJAX Wrapper DLL in you projects, http://ajax.schwarz-interactive.de/csharpsample/default.aspx
http://ajax.schwarz-interactive.de/vbnetsample/default.aspx Now, the AJAX Wrapper DLL is working with VB.NET, C# and any other .NET language. Firefox, Mozilla and...

Ajax using XMLHttpRequest and Struts     
Total Hits: 131  |  Today: 0Author: Frank W. Zammetti      Rating:  
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About five years ago I worked on a web app project where one of the primary requirements was that it should look, work and feel like a Windows-based fat client. Now, ignoring the question of why it was not in fact done as a Windows-based fat client in the first place, that can be a rather tough requirement in the world of web development, certainly it was five years ago when not very many examples of such a thing existed....



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