Category Archives: Browser Compatibility

Ajax and Accessibility

Standards-schmandards has weighed in on Ajax and accessbility: In this article we will have a look at the implications for accessibility and usability when using Javascript to dynamically update a web page. I will also show how you can increase accessibility for AJAX-based forms. Full article here.

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Usable Ajax in Practice

Baekdal.com has a good article on Usable XMLHttpRequest in Practice: One of the great benefits of XMLHttpRequest is that you can use it to make complex WYSIWYG. This has previously been hard to do on the web. Take a “build your car” feature that you often find on sites of car manufacturers. This could be…

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Welcome to Ajax Blog!

A group weblog devoted to the JavaScript + XML technology behind GMail, GMaps, etc. If you’d like to contribute to Ajax Blog, it’s easy! Just signup at Niner Niner and you’ll be able to post articles on any of the blogs (including this one) in the Niner Niner blog network.

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