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Posts in the "Ajax" Category

  • Here’s some cool stuff – Google’s Hosting some popular Javascript Ajax libraries like jQuery, prototype and the likes on their servers. You use this service to serve the supported libraries straight off Google. They also provide you with the option to load a particular version of the library so you won’t have to keep checking […]

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  • PersistJS is a simple to use Javascript to store persistent data on the client Browser. This library supports multiple back-ends which are listed later. The following example will show you how easy it is to store and retrieve data using PersistJS. To Store Data: // create a new client-side persistent data store var store = […]

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  • ImageFlow – Javascript Image Gallery

    Here’s a cool image gallery script written in Javascript. It’s quite easy to integrate into your site. This is how the author describes ImageFlow: ImageFlow is a picture gallery, which allows an intuitive image handling. The basic idea is to digitally animate the thumbing through a physical image stack. That intuitive handling is automatically caused […]

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  • Instead of eyeball tracking for usability professionals, here’s a way to track the mouse movements and click events of a user on a page. The “moveloggerâ€? records the mouse movement a users does on a web site. Just before the user leaves the current page, the recorded data get posted back to the server using […]

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  • If you’re working on Ajax based websites, you’ll always face usability problems when users click on the Back or Forward buttons on the broswer. Using Really Simple History (RSH) allows you over come this issue. The Really Simple History (RSH) framework makes it easy for AJAX applications to incorporate bookmarking and back and button support. […]

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  • Caching WordPress offline using Google Gears

    If you’re still wondering what you can do with Google gears, here are a tutorials to get you started on the right track. Nick Halstead takes you though how to cache WordPress pages using Google Gears: “I was instantly fascinated by Google Gears so I had to immediately try out the sample code that you […]

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  • Google has released a beta version of Google Gears which is an open source browser extension which  enables web applications to provide offline functionality using following JavaScript APIs. Here’s what you can do with the API’s: Store and serve application resources locally Store data locally in a fully-searchable relational database Run asynchronous Javascript to improve […]

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  • If you’re looking for the quickest way to get your PHP functionality Ajax enabled, you’ve got to take a look at PHPLiveX. It greatly simplifies the process of Ajaxifying your PHP code without knowing Javascript code. It’s worth learning this technique, as whether you’ve got a deadline or you’re just sorting out the length of other […]

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  • Miniajax.com is a showcase ofwhat’s hot in Ajax, with link to demos and tutorials showing how they’re done. Here are some of what you can see at miniajax.com Ajax StarRating Ajax Contact Form In-place editing (like Flickr) Bubble Tool-tips Heatmap for websites and much more… Link: miniajax.com

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  • Looking for a quick way to design Databases without having to download software? Here’s an Ajax application which allows you to design databases online without having anything other than a web browsers installed on your system This application allows you to define your tables and rows through an easy to use web interface. You can […]

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