MooTools v/s jQuery

MooTools v/s jQuery is a hot topic as with the advent of technology every developer is using JavaScript in one way or another. Picking up a library is not an easy task specially if you are working somewhere where they already have a set pattern or their libraries defined. Ideally, every company is either working […]

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AJAX should not mandate HTTP

What if you are using AJAX requests in application but your server is offline for some reasons? An interesting and unfortunate by-product of AJAX applications is that these applications rely upon the existence of an application server always being available. Many Web users are used to the idea that they can save a Web page […]

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PHP AJAX Framework & Libraries

To deliver powerful web application using PHP AJAX development framework for developing new generation Web 2.0 applications you can use PHP Frameworks. There are various PHP AJAX Frameworks available for use, few are FREE and some are with commercial licence. You can choose any of them based on your requirements. 1. GWTPHP – It is […]

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14 AJAX, JavaScript & DHTML Datagrids

When we have to present our data in a systematic fashion we have to exhibit in Datagrid style. Table is an ideal example of a well-structured data presentation, which is easy to evaluate and easy to handle. Used for its original purpose – to present data, not to style it -, it can convey ideas […]

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Popular AJAX & JavaScript programs for development

While programming an application Ajax should be used upto a level where it doesn’t confuse the users by offering too many controls to deal with. Ajax should be used in Interactive solutions for lightboxes, form validation, navigation, search, tooltips and tables are developed using Ajax libraries and nifty Ajax scripts. Following is the list of […]

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6 Deadly AJAX Drawbacks: Are you aware?

AJAX combines the power of existing Web technologies to build powerful user interfaces that offer benefits often found in desktop applications. Over the past couple of years, Web developers have embraced AJAX in their own development efforts as well as via third-party toolkits. Once you use an application built with AJAX, it’s easy to see […]

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20 MooTools Tutorials and Examples

There are literally over a hundred of JavaScript frameworks out there that make writing complex client-side code significantly easier. If you’re in the market for a powerful, relatively lightweight, and customizable JavaScript framework, MooTools is worth checking out. To help you get on your way to developing highly-interactive web applications using MooTools, here’s 20 tutorials […]

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10 things AJAX developers MUST know

1) Ajax is an idea, not an acronym While Ajax commonly is spelled out as Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, the full name is not entirely appropriate because it oversimplifies the history of the technology and the implementation options that lie at its heart. More exactly, Ajax encompasses the idea that Web applications can be built […]

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Ajax Performance Analysis

Asynchronous JavaScript + XML (Ajax) continues to raise user expectations for interactivity and performance, and developers are increasingly treating Ajax as a must-have component of their Web applications. As more code is moved  client side and the network model changes, the community is responding by building more tools to address the unique performance challenges of […]

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