July 21, 2017

Google Web Toolkit – Build AJAX apps in the Java

March 3, 2010 Staff

Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is a Java software development framework that makes writing AJAX applications like Google Maps and Gmail easy for developers who don’t speak browser quirks as a second language. GWT lets you avoid many of these headaches while offering your users the same dynamic, standards-compliant experience. You […]

SmartClient: Real Enterprise Ajax

March 3, 2010 Staff

SmartClient delivers on the promise of AJAX. The SmartClient framework is stability and extensibility coupled with the most comprehensive feature set you’ll find in any AJAX solution Features: the highly polished QuickStart Guide gives a fast-paced, hands-on overview of key SmartClient concepts over 200 well-organized examples cover real-world usage in […]

What Is Ajax?

March 3, 2010 Staff

Web 2.0, Rich Internet Application (RIA), Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) are terms that explain some of the new technologies that are changing the World Wide Web. The name of Ajax is shorthand for Asynchronous JavaScript + XML, and it represents a fundamental shift in what’s possible on the Web […]

SAJAX :Sample Ajax Toolkit

March 3, 2010 Staff

What is Sajax? Sajax is another Ajax framework which makes it easy to call ASP, Cold Fusion, Io, Lua, Perl, PHP, Python or Ruby functions from your webpages via JavaScript without performing a browser refresh. How does SAJAX work? SAJAX creates a JavaScript stub function that calls functions you export […]

Ajax Principles

March 3, 2010 Staff

Ajax is a new web application model, but Michael Mahemoff, an ajax expert, identified several key principles of good Ajax applications that are worth repeating:Minimal traffic: Ajax applications should send and receive as little information as possible to and from the server. In short, Ajax can minimize the amount of […]

Ajax Tutorial: XMLHttpRequest Overview

March 3, 2010 Staff

XMLHttpRequest was designed by MS to allow IE to load XML documents from JavaScript. XMLHttpRequest provides a small API and a handful of methods and properties, XMLHttpRequest has difference between IE and Mozilla.In IE, XMLHttpRequest is an ActiveX object whereas,the Mozilla syntax for XMLHttpRequest instantiation is used. XMLHttpRequest is the […]

Ajax Tutorial: Monitoring Server Status

March 3, 2010 Staff

The XMLHTTPRequest object contains mechanisms by which we can know the progress of our Ajax request and determine when the information returned by the server is ready to use in our application. The readyState property of the XMLHTTPRequest object gives you information from the server about the current state of […]

JPSpan

March 3, 2010 Staff

JPSpan is an Ajax framework built with the intention of integrating client-side JavaScript with serverside code written in PHP. Download JPSpan works by analyzing a PHP class using reflection. It then emits a number of JavaScript methods that accept the same arguments as the methods of the class on the […]

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