Monthly Archives: October 2005

20 GOTO 10

This is a fun little AJAX application, highlighting an old-school retro-cool DOS interface while using the latest hot-buzzord Ajax techniques. 20 GOTO 10 (Found on digg)

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jsquery – AJAX JavaScript ResultSet with securable JDBC server side component

This is a very FAST AJAX implementation using server generated javascript and eval() as opposed to XML. Site includes full source code distribution with working examples. http://www.jsquery.com/ An implementation of an AJAX JavaScript data generation server, http client, and client result set Uses a JavaScript http client to dynamically map the results of data requests…

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Ajaxifying Your Struts Web App

Here’s one for the Java crowd, which seems to be increasingly adding support (via libraries and frameworks) for Ajax in java-based web apps. Paul Brownse of java.net has an extensive tutorial on ajaxifying your struts app: AJAX is the latest revolution in web development circles, allowing rich dynamic interfaces deployed within a normal web browser….

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How to Handle Bookmarks and Back Buttons in Ajax

Brad Neuberg and O’Reilly OnJava.com have a nice pice on handling bookmarks and back buttons in an ajax environment. They describe The Problem: Bookmarks and the back button work great for traditional, multi-page web applications. As users surf websites, their browsers’ location bars update with new URLs that can be pasted into emails or bookmarked…

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New release of PAJAJ: PHP Asynchronous Javascript and JSON

New release of PAJAJ out on Freshmeat. Check it out, it even includes a nice PHP Google Maps interface tag. Hehehhehehe. PAJAJ Information Methodology What is the PAJAJ framework, it stands for (PHP Asynchronous Javascript and JSON). It is a object oriented Ajax framework written in PHP5 for development of event driven PHP web applications….

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Slick Amazon Widget / Search Results via XmlHttpReq

zuggest results for ‘nirvana’ Zuggest is Francis Shanahan’s take on Google Suggest, only using Amazon search results. A bit more on how it works.

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Adding Persistent Searches to GMail via Greasemonkey (& Ajax)

This is pretty cool. Say you have an often-performed search on your GMail archive – you can store that as a Persistent Search via a Greasemonkey plugin to Firefox. More details: Persistent searches (a.k.a. smart folders or saved searches) seem to be the feature du jour of email clients. Thunderbird has them, Evolution has them,…

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Wink a new search site

Wink is another search site which combines traditional search result and del.icio.us and other user generated metadata. Users gives rating (best result for the search key words entered). This is still in private beta testing but seems interesting. Wink has agreed to guarantee immediate access to the first 100 people who request a beta account…

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WebORB Message Server Chat (with Google Maps)

If you really want to see a cool “Web 2.0” application, look no further than this sweet visual world / global chat system built by The Midnight Coders. It pretty much freaking rocks. From the site: This example demonstrates bi-directional messaging between heterogeneous (Flash and AJAX) clients and WebORB Message Server. The server performs additional…

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Another AJAX news aggregator

Inform.com is the another news aggregagor made using web 2.0. Its good to see the whole site implemented using AJAX but at the same time gives us the feeling do we really need it. As there are plenty of new AJAX applications which do the same thing like google’s personalized home page, start.com etc. They…

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