Category Archives: Ajax Development

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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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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Zephyr – MVC Framework for PHP5 Developers

zephyr is an ajax based framework for php5 developers. you can easily develop business applications using this robust framework. this is extremely easy to learn and very simple to implement. you can deliver a full fledged ajax application with strong business layer in backend within some minutes. installation and deployment of packages that you develop…

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Ajax Patterns and Best Practices — Free Chapter Preview

I’ve been meaning to write about this Ajax book (Ajax Patterns and Best Practices – by Christian Gross) for a while now. It’s gotten some really great reviews at Amazon.com, including this one by Jason A. Salas: I very much enjoyed reading this book and got a lot out of it. To date, I’ve read…

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Rails 1.1 and RJS Templates for Easily Ajaxifying your Webapp

Well, as you probably know, Ruby on Rails 1.1 has been released. One of the major new features of 1.1 is the RJS templating language. (hint: it’s really just Ruby!) RJS is a templating language that allows you to write JavaScript in a native Ruby style. Some Good RJS Links Cody Fauser’s Intro to Rails’…

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How much attention have you paid lately to securing your AJAX application?

A good introductory 2600-style article warning about possible security vulnerabilities that using AJAX may lead to. Never trust user input, especially if it is coming via AJAX and you are not authenticating every request. One good suggestion in the article is using sequential authentication tokens to make sure each request is legitimate. This adds more…

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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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Professional Ajax : Review

Ajax, as you all know is something that is used in most of the new and exciting application released on the web nowdays, Web 2.0 to be precise. Professional Ajax, lights up most the area needed for a web developer to get started with AJAX. The book does a good job academically of showing how…

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SVG Terminal for Firefox Released

SVG Terminal, was released on 21`st. SVG terminal is a Javascript module for Firefox 1.5 that enables apps to deliver rich views on network screens” The SVG Terminal package includes a simple demonstration app, and source licensed under the GPL. The demo app has only been tested on Windows to date, but should compile on…

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