Monthly Archives: June 2006

Wikipedia Search websites

There are lots of sites coming up lately using popular company searches like google, wikipedia, technorati with some extra spice in it, be it integration of other service or just some fancy AJAX. I found these two websites which basically uses wikipedia. Well the service or say the search results are nothing but same as…

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Top Ten Web Developer Libraries

Update: Oops. I guess a link to the post would be helpful. (This is why the Flying Spaghetti Monster invented comments. Thx Ken, Brandon!) Cameron Olthuis has come up with a list of the top ten web developer libraries (mostly for client-side effects, etc). The list includes: moo.fx, Rico and of course our old friend…

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Google Spreadsheets

Google Spreadsheet is now Live, According to Rueters relies Google Spreadsheet on technology the company acquired from a small Wall Street software developer it bought last year called 2Web Technologies, which in 2004 introduced tools to convert Microsoft Excel spreadsheets into Web services. Users interested in experimenting with the application can go to Google Labs…

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DataMashups

DataMashups.com offers developers a new approach to develop web applications. The hosted service offers an integrated development environment to rapidly create mashups and web applications with limited or no need for server side code. The service is based on the open source AppliBuilder – a AJAX builder tool. i.e Create mashups and web applications using…

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AlltheWeb Live Search Beta

AlltheWeb Live search beta is nothing but another AJAX’d interface for normal Web Search. Yahoo’s another search service AlltheWeb is on of the world’s top search engines. Though the layout is different from the popular live service, the working is almost similar. The Search panel is descent and offers a few suggestion related to the…

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Muiso Music

Muiso is dedicated to music equality and spreading the love of music, basically shows the same details as other media players. It works with their desktop software. After installtion it searches for the details in its database and shows up the lyrics, information on artist etc (if exists), if not you can add it on…

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Some Random Ajax Links from around the Web

Max Kiesler – 50 AJAX Reference Websites From Around the World (in case ya missed it) CSS Renderer Ajax Edit in Place with Prototype, v0.2.0 Joe’s Goals – pretty nifty goal-tracking site that uses lots of ajax. Imagery – ajax-based interface to Google Image Search. Lightbox JS – simple, unobtrusive script used to overlay images…

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Best of Niner Niner June ’06

This weblog is part of Niner Niner – the collaborative weblog network featuring over 25 sites on such diverse topics as Ajax / Web 2.0, High Heels, Blogging for Dollars, and HIPAA Privacy Regulation. The following are just a few of the many recent posts to the Niner Niner network of websites. Enjoy! Sreejith thinks…

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Developing Ajax in Java Webinar

Dave Johnson, CTO and co-founder of eBusiness Applications, will be giving a Webinar on Ajax in Java on June 14th @ 2pm EDT (11am PDT). More details can be had at this url as well as below: Implementing AJAX with Java When: June 14, 2006 – 2:00pm EDT, 11:00am PDT Presenter: Dave Johnson, CTO and…

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Mapable Chat

Mapable is a platform that has many applications. As a service provider Mapable will be introducing various services and also has a plan to open up the platform to the developers so anyone can create their own Mapable services using mapable API and tapping into the existing userbase. The first service is Mapable Chat.

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