Monthly Archives: March 2006

Rail Adds Ajax

Version 1.1 of application development framework Rails went live earlier this week, with more than 500 fixes and additions, including simplified Ajax programming. (See Information Week for more.) “It makes Web application programming a lot more like desktop GUI [graphical user interface] programming,” said Jeremy Voorhis, lead architect at Planet Argon, a Portland, Ore., services…

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COMET – the next stage of AJAX

An old web technology is slowly being resurrected from the depths of history. Browser features that have gone untouched for years are once again being employed to bring better responsiveness to UIs. Servers are learning to cope with a new way of doing things. And I’m not talking about Ajax. New services like Jot Live…

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AJAXwrite.com – AJAX word

AJAXwrite is a new application for online word processing. The working and functionality is descent, and is more of a Windows look, rather than a Web 2.0 one. ajaxWrite is a streamlined word processor, comparable to Microsoft Word. To keep the program lean, we left out some obscure advanced features; you’ll find the functions you…

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NetJaxer

NetJaxer is a free and easy way to integrate a users favorite Web 2.0 apps like Gmail, TadaList, Digg, Writely, Kiko, iOutliner, Meebo, financial sites, and other Ajax based web programs right into Windows. They can create desktop, tray, and quick launch icons. These applications can easily be used with our custom browser. NetJaxer is…

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filechucker – AJAXed Uploading Script

Ok I’ll send you the file . What is first thing you do after saying that ? open rapidshare or megaupload ? Its funny how people’s mentality has grown to SHARE, even if it is illegal. face it ! first we used to send attachments through emails, but now most of us prefer free file…

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Page Loading Indicators – Ripped ?

Are you a AJAX developer ? or a web developer ? well, you might need the small loading images while users browse through your pages. Here is a list of AJAX Activity Indicators images . Well I was digging last night and found this AJAX activity indicator list, though some of the comments there states…

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Want to learn how to use Ajax?

If you’re an Ajax beginner (like me), the following links might be just what you’re looking for: Ajax Lessons According to Lifehacker, an “excellent site” and an “excellent way to learn Ajax fast and get it working quickly for you on the Web.” It includes a series of Ajax tutorials on Ajax Basics, Building Tabbed…

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CrazzyEgg : Clicks Monitoring

Crazzyegg, is one of the most interesting Web 2.0 applications I have ever seen. To say, it is a simply a click stats monitoring service but an inteligent one. The good folks at crazzyegg let me have an account for their (Beta) service. Unlike other stats monitoring service, Crazzyegg gives an clear idea of the…

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MyToday : AJAX & Mobile RSS aggregator

MyToday is a public RSS aggregator providing the latest news, views and content on a topic-based collection of feeds, called Dailies. Now it may seem like yet another RSS aggregator but one of the things it features is WML/WAP version of the page (ofcourse its not AJAXed 😛 ) MyToday.com is a public RSS aggregator…

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Rollyo: Roll your own search

Rollyo is an amazing search utility which offers searches direct from the sources they need. Create a Search roll, with upto 25 URL’s and search a word you want to search. Tools include Firefox search plugin, Rollyo Searchbox on your websites and mailing of created search rolls. The webmasters do like Firefox a lot ;),…

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