Category Archives: Ajax Examples

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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Yahoo! Instant Search is on !

Yahoo! Releases Instant Search, which is much like Google Suggest. Just that it shows up one result at a time with title and description which looks more like a search result rather than normal drop down suggetions. Check out a whole range of other Yahoo! Beta’s at http://next.yahoo.com/

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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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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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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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Google Acquires Writely

Google acquires Popular Ajax Web Word Processor Writely. Google today announced the acquisition of writely. Writely, a collaborative word processor that runs in a web browser. Well, as of Monday, I’m happy to say that I, and the rest of the Writely team, are now part of Google. Even though Writely is still in Beta,…

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Flagr : Share from anywhere in the world

Flagr is a small web startup operating out of San Francisco, Flagr is built on open source softwares like Ruby on Rails, VIM, Lighttpd and uses Google Maps API to track places. Getting “orders to flag” from mobiles is interesting, Start a new Text or Picture Message and address it to: x@flagr.com In the message…

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