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Degradable Ajax Form Validation
Thanks to Ajax, we can provide real-time feedback to the user using server-side validation scripts and eliminate the need for redundant validation functions without giving up a solution that degrades gracefully when JavaScript is disabled.
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AJAX: Instant Tutorial
This is a quick tutorial to get you jump started with Ajax. It uses object detection and explains some of the caveats for doing what is being done in the tutorial.
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Tuning Ajax
This article illustrates one method of benchmarking your Ajax applications as well as point out some of the major performance pitfalls that the author has encountered while developing Ajax components and applications.
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Ajax Mistakes
Ajax is also a dangerous technology for Web developers, its power introduces a huge amount of UI problems as well as server side state problems and server load problems. I�ve compiled a list of the many mistakes developers using Ajax often make.
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Edit-in-Place with Ajax
This tutorial is about edit-in-place system which is used for quickly amending titles and descriptions on photographs.
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AJAX: Building a Chat
This tutorial is teaches how to build a Live Chat for WebSite
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Cross-browser Ajax Tutorial
A tutorial using a JavaScript Ajax library to make form submissions more usable.
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Ajax - Building a Request
In this tutorial, you'll be introduced to Ajax, a technology that allows you to send these requests through small JavaScript calls, meaning the user doesn't have to wait for the page to refresh.
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Ajax Tutorial with Prototype
This is an example of a good use of Ajax, and at the same time keeps it simple. It is a zip code verifier. As soon as the person enters the zip code it makes a request to the server to see if the zip code is in the database, and returns the city and state.
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Using Ajax from Perl
You could spend a lot of time figuring out all the pieces of JavaScript on the client side and Perl on the server side in order to work out how to use Ajax in your code. Thankfully, there's already a module on CPAN to take the pain out it: CGI::Ajax.
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Getting Started with Ajax
This is a two-part tutorial on starting with Ajax. The first part of the article is using Ajax using the DOM innerHTML and the second part using nodes from XML.
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Implementing AJAX Using ASP.NET 1.1
AJAX is an acronym that stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. AJAX gains its popularity by allowing data on a page to be dynamically updated without having to make the browser reload the page.
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Building Tabbed Content
In this workshop, you'll be building a tabbed content browser that's Ajax powered. Whenever a user clicks a tab the script will communicate with the server and send back the appropriate data for that tab.
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AJAX WebMail Tutorial
In this article, the first of three parts, you will start creating a simple web-based POP 3 client using AJAX, which will use "XMLHttpRequest" objects to retrieve messages from a mail server.
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Prototype, Easing AJAX's Pain
This article describes Prototype, an open source JavaScript library to create an object for an AJAX application. It explains how to use Prototype by describing an environmentally oriented web application that displays an annual atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) level.
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Lightweight Ajax Development
The tutorial discusses some of the limitations of the JSP application design and shows how a lightweight Ajax-based solution can help to overcome them. It introduces basic Ajax concepts and a popular Java toolkit called Direct Web Remoting (DWR). You'll convert the application to a lightweight design.
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Integrate Google Calendar in your website using AJAX
This tutorial will guide you how to integrate 'Google Calendar' in your website using AJAX
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Rich Ajax slide shows with DHTML and XML
This tutorial shows how to create an Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) client-side slide show that's animated using "Ken Burns Effects." You'll discover how to build XML data sources for Ajax, request XML data from the client, and then dynamically create and animate HTML elements with that XML.
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Better File Uploads with AJAX and JavaServer Faces
In this article, we will take fresh approach and implement an AJAX-powered component that will not only upload the file to server, but also monitor the actual progress of a file upload request in "real time."
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Saving Session Across Page Loads Without Cookies
This is a mini-tutorial on saving state across page loads on the client side, without using cookies so as to save large amounts of data beyond cookies size limits.
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