Monthly Archives: May 2006

Ajax and ArcGIS, ArcView, ArcMap?

Ajax and ArcIMS, ArcView, and ArcGIS   Anyone have success implementing Ajax into ESRI products? I’m in process of taking on the GIS specialist position at the lab I work at and looking to start implementing Javascript and XML into our applications and projects. I’ve heard of some working on some AJax  applications that allows…

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Snap : New Search Engine

Snap is something which google might become in near future, as everything is getting AJAX’ed nowadays ;). As the title suggests, It’s indeed a marvelous way of searching. With some of the top programmers behind the project, there is no wonder it does so well. Most of the menu and search features are AJAX enabled…

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Google AJAX development toolkit

Google donates OpenSource software development tool with all the AJAX fun in it, makes creating AJAX applications much easier. With Google Web Toolkit (Beta) , you can develop and debug your own AJAX applications in Java code using the Java development tools of your choice. When you deploy your application to production, the GWT compiler…

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The new MSN look

The popular portal from Microsoft has realeased a new version! There is a number of improvements too the looks including changeable stylesheets, and a nice use of ajax. You can add new module to the home page, such as viewing your Hotmail Account Summary from within your homepage, theres also a nice weather module and…

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Yahoo Launches New Homepage

The new Yahoo homepage has recently launched for public beta! It can be viewed now to anyone using IE or Firefox (up to version 1.5) at www.yahoo.com/preview There are a number of changes too the looks, including a bigger search bar, and intelligent use of Ajax to make the page more interactive (mouse over “mail”…

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Ajax script resources

Working with Ajax? (Asynchronous Javascript and XML) Especially in web applications? Check out the web applications and scripts, coding secrets, and tips on the following web sites. As Ajax grows, so will these resources, so its highly recommended to bookmark them:  (also great sites for HTML codes, CGI, Perl, Javascript, XML, and other coding scripts)…

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Get Help With Ajax Freaks

While surfing the web I came across a great tutorial site for users of Ajax. Ajax Freaks is an informational website and you can use it while you are learning or if your still in the development stage. They have over 200 articles, and they also have forums, downloads, scripts and tutorials. If you are…

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@Mail Ajax Upgrade

@Mail has just done a major upgrade to their programs and in it they have now included the Ajax interface. Features include message-drag and drop to folders, emails retrieved from the server via XML and displayed on the Webmail interface directly via the DOM. Message cache support via Ajax is included, to avoid requesting the…

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XAP – eXtensible Ajax Platform

A project proposal from Apache … XAP is to provide an XML-based declarative framework for building, deploying and maintaining rich, interactive, Ajax-powered web applications. A basic principal of XAP is to leverage existing Ajax projects such as Apache Kabuki and Dojo, as well as other community efforts such as Eclipse openAjax. It aims to be…

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Beeplet : Timed alert

Beeplet is more than just an alerting service. You can access the the alerts by RSS feeds in three manners, precisely on time , day by day and a complete list of all youralerts . Yet another site with good use of Css with AJAX. It offers Alerts by mail. Instant messenger alerts are yet…

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