xajax 0.2 is Here

xajax is an open source PHP class library that allows you to easily create powerful, web-based, Ajax applications using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP. Applications developed with xajax can asynchronously call server-side PHP functions and update content without reloading the page.

xajax’s unique XML response / javascript message-pump system does the work for you, automatically handling the data returned from your functions and updating your content or state according to the instructions you return from your PHP functions. Because xajax does the work, you don’t have to write javascript callback handler functions and more..

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    February 18, 2006 | 5:21 pm

    Xajax is great!!! Still working with it!

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    February 15, 2006 | 8:16 pm

    Wow. First I was really shocked. I thought, the client can specify *any* PHP function (like phpinfo…). Fortunately Xajax checks, if the received function name is registered as callable function. :-)

  6. Daniel P Dykes, Rogue Connect
    January 22, 2006 | 5:43 pm

    Xajax is a fantastic tool! We’ve already implemented it into Rogue Connect’s folksonomy tagging tool, and I have to say it was so damn easy to do because it was 99.9% PHP. We’re now using to redevelop and enhance other areas of the site, particularly the membership application where we’ll use it for ‘live’ validation.

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