March 29, 2017

Book Review: Ajax Bible

March 3, 2010 Rodney

The Ajax Bible is like many of the other Bible books. They start out fairly simple but ramp up into more complex concepts fairly quickly. If you are reading the book as a beginner in Ajax, you may have some difficulty understanding some of the concepts in the book, but […]

A great way to learn.

March 3, 2010 Rodney

Google has released an online course for the study in current computing technologies and paradigm called the Google Code University. It has examples and tutorials for the study of many different languages, including Ajax. The course is free and appears to be very robust. Google Code University

A Few things you Should Know About Ajax

March 3, 2010 Rodney

1. Ajax is not an acronym. I have seen some people spell Ajax out as Asynchronous JavaScript and XML or Active JavaScript and XML. This is not true. XML is not required to create an Ajax application. 2. If you are running your own server then this will be important. […]

An Ajax Poller to Celebrate the Election.

March 3, 2010 Staff

The election is upon us, so here is a little Ajax poller to help you with your polling needs. To install the script is very easy. Here are 3 steps to install it. Open the dbConnect.php and put your database name, username, and password in it. (You may have to […]

Google AJAX Feed API

March 3, 2010 Staff

A great way to put Ajax feeds on your website without even needing to write any code. Google has created a tool that will write the code for you. You can make the feeds appear vertical, horizontal, or vertical stacked. The only issue that I have found is that it […]

Timelines

March 3, 2010 Staff

This slick little project baked at MIT yields a really robust interactive timeline via AJAX. A demo for the timeline can be found here. As you can see it allows for multiple points within the timeline with pop-up tool tips that give more information about each point. By using your […]

Page Peel Effect.

March 3, 2010 Staff

I have seen many implementation of the page peel effect. I have seen then written in flash which I am not very fond of and some written so bad that it can crash your browser. Here is a article on a simple way to make one using jquery and css. […]

Top 5 Mistakes to Avoid In JavaScript

March 3, 2010 Stephen Davies

Instead of the usual Top Tips article, I thought I would look at the top 5 goofs for a change, and how to avoid them. I chose them purely because upon reading over what other coders were experiencing, I could see that I was not the only one – by […]

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