Category Archives: Java and Ajax

Never too careful

Tech savvy people know that Ajax is the wave of the future in website technology. Many websites use it, but there are many problems that you may not know about. When receiving updates they might show up some where else other than where you are expecting. Another problem that may occur is redundant coding and…

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Remote Programmer – The Quality Web Developer India

Remote Programmer is a quality web development company from India. Remote Programmer is specialized in PHP, MySQL, AJAX, .NET, SQL Server. Remote Programmer has been providing web based solutions since 2000 in different database oriented web technologies. It is also important to mention we maintain the required grammar/steps of web-software development to help the future…

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Ajax technology introduction

Ajax (asynchronous JavaScript and XML) technology is being increasingly popular in website design. Using ajax technology you can submit form data to the server without refreshing the document. Suppose you are filling an online registration form. You write your user name, email address, address etc. and submit that form. At the server end server detects…

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A Brief about Ajax Application Development

Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, commonly known as Ajax is a web development tool that is used to create interactive web applications. It is mainly an amalgamation of several technologies, each having specialties of its own and becoming more powerful when integrated together. Ajax includes XTML and CSS for standard based presentation, Document Object Model for…

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Email Using JavaMail

JavaMail, a technology from Java allows programmers to develop code that can send emails whether in plain text or HTML. Here’s a short easy code to send email to a recipient. public static boolean send(String replyTo, String from_email, String to_email, String subject, String body, String type) { boolean sent = false; try { Properties prop…

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So – how do you find out more about Ajax and how it interacts with the system?

Before I found this weblog I though Ajax was something we used to clean the bathroom. (haha) Now I understand some of the potential weakness and strength that has to do with the scripting. I would like to know how others managed to find tutorials that were appropriate and learner friendly for the run of…

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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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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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AJAX: Dawn of a new developer – Good introductory article on JavaWorld.com

Dave Johnson presents an excellently written introduction to Ajax over at JavaWorld.com. Besides calling Ajax the “crown jewel in the current Web evolution that has been dubbed Web 2.0” (a position we would not necessarily disagree with…), Johnson presents a good case (especially directed towards Java developers) for the use of Ajax. He also gets…

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