Category Archives: Ajax Frameworks

ONJava.com: AJAX: How to Handle Bookmarks and Back Buttons

I can’t wait to try this library out to see if it really does work to enable back and forward button support. Don’t be afraid to read all 6 pages of this excellent article and then download the example code and libraries. This article presents an open source JavaScript library that finally brings bookmarking and…

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TurboDbAdmin: Ajax-powered Database Administration

TurboDbAdmin is an ajax-based database admin tool for MySQL. It’s built on 100% PHP, TurboWidgets and the Dojo Toolkit. Could this be the killer of the ubiquitous phpMyAdmin? PhpMyAdmin does a fine job in a Web 1.0 world, but I can’t wait to try TurboDbAdmin! UPDATE: Live online demo available here. Requirements and Supported Browsers…

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Build an AJAX application in php in minutes with symfony

Build an AJAX application in php in minutes with symfony Easy Ajax in symfony Overview Symfony has Ajax helpers that make programming an elaborate interface a piece of cake. This tutorial will show you step-by-step how to create an Ajax-powered symfony application in minutes. This PHP framework presents a nice screencast demonstrating how easy it…

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jsquery – AJAX JavaScript ResultSet with securable JDBC server side component

This is a very FAST AJAX implementation using server generated javascript and eval() as opposed to XML. Site includes full source code distribution with working examples. http://www.jsquery.com/ An implementation of an AJAX JavaScript data generation server, http client, and client result set Uses a JavaScript http client to dynamically map the results of data requests…

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Ajaxifying Your Struts Web App

Here’s one for the Java crowd, which seems to be increasingly adding support (via libraries and frameworks) for Ajax in java-based web apps. Paul Brownse of java.net has an extensive tutorial on ajaxifying your struts app: AJAX is the latest revolution in web development circles, allowing rich dynamic interfaces deployed within a normal web browser….

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How to Handle Bookmarks and Back Buttons in Ajax

Brad Neuberg and O’Reilly OnJava.com have a nice pice on handling bookmarks and back buttons in an ajax environment. They describe The Problem: Bookmarks and the back button work great for traditional, multi-page web applications. As users surf websites, their browsers’ location bars update with new URLs that can be pasted into emails or bookmarked…

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New release of PAJAJ: PHP Asynchronous Javascript and JSON

New release of PAJAJ out on Freshmeat. Check it out, it even includes a nice PHP Google Maps interface tag. Hehehhehehe. PAJAJ Information Methodology What is the PAJAJ framework, it stands for (PHP Asynchronous Javascript and JSON). It is a object oriented Ajax framework written in PHP5 for development of event driven PHP web applications….

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InfoWorld Review of Backbase Ajax Framework

Jouk Pleiter points me to the InfoWorld Review of the Backbase Rich Internet App framework. From the InfoWorld reivew: This impressive toolkit provides a mature, sophisticated collection of widgets for adding features normally expected in native applications to Web pages. The system uses its own extension of HTML and XML known as BXML, sure to…

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Backbase – Rich Internet App Framework

Backbase provides “Rich Internet Application (RIA) software that radically improves the usability and effectiveness of online applications, and increases developer productivity. With Backbase you can build web applications with a richer and more responsive user experience.” Why Backbase? Based on Web Standards: XHTML, CSS and DOM Powerful XML-based User Interface language Zero install: no plug-ins,…

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