Monthly Archives: May 2005

Kottke.org Ajaxified

Jason Kottke has ajaxified his weblog. Kottke sez: If you take a look at the front page of kottke.org, you’ll notice a pulldown at the top of the content column (on the left). When you mouse over the menu, you’re presented with a list of choices of what to display in that column and when…

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Sack of Ajax

Another interesting offering in the realm of the Ajax toolkits. This one looks quick, simple and easy to implement. Twilight Universe – Blog Archive – Sack of Ajax I’ve seen AJAX solutions like SAJAX or Dojo, and they haven’t really interested me. They seem to bloated and, for the most part, rather insecure. This is…

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Fex: Flash and Ajax Integration

I’m not a huge Flash / ColdFusion guy, but if you’re into that kind of thing, be sure to check this out over on Macromedia weblogs: We started this as a way to experiment with the Flex framework, and Flash / AJAX integration, and have been really happy with the results. By leveraging Flash and…

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Common REST Mistakes

Here’s a timely article on Common REST Mistakes. Timely because of the problems resulting from and associated with Google’s new Web Accelerator program.

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Ajaxian UI/Accessibility Issues

Ajaxian blog on UI/Accessibility issues and ajax: We were just talking to a UI/information architect, who was complaining about handling users who have JavaScript turned off, and how Ajax has a barrier, in that he can’t get budget to “write the application twice”. The problem with “working without JavaScript turned on” is interesting. However, these…

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