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181: Ajax Webcast by Jeff Pipas
Jeff Pipas has released a webcast on Ajax run at Central Michigan University. The webcast talks about: History Ajax and Web 2.0 Practical Uses What's Next Live Demos: Ajax Contact Form Ajax iTunes widget Visit the web cast ...

182: ColourMod: DHTML Colour picker
ColourMod is a suite of color pickers, including a dhtml version (as well as Konfabulator, Dashboard, and I am sure Windows Gadgets soon?). Why would you use this in an application? Imagine if you were offering a personalized area of your app. You ...

183: PAJAJ: PHP Asynchronous Javascript and JSON
A new PHP based Ajax framework put its hat in the ring: PAJAJ. PAJAJ is a object oriented Ajax framework, created by Gilbert Hyatt, written in PHP5 for development of event driven PHP web applications. The framework follows 5 basic principles: Sim...

184: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and More Cheat Sheets
This entry is just a pointer to an interesting resource that Links to more cheat sheets that you can imagine. As well as HTML / CSS versions, there is also info for various scripting languages, databases, and more. JavaScript Cheat Sheets JavaScr...

185: Pragmatic Ajax: Beta Book Released
The Beta Book of Pragmatic Ajax has been published and made available at the Pragmatic Programmers home of the book. We are really excited about getting this out there. For those that are not familiar with the Beta Book process: A Beta Book is a ...

186: inetWord: Ajax HTML editor
Tom Snyder of ForwardCenter, Inc.. Has released inetWord a fully Functional HTML editor written using Ajax technology. Info The editor UI never reloads, even during document save, autosave, open, spell check, etc. This is great because coding a wh...

187: War of the Web: Revenge of the Dynamics
As I was watching "24 hour party people" on DVD, I heard the main character talk about the ebbs and flows of the music business. He is talking about the scene in Manchester at the end of the 70's, and into the eighties. Moving from Joy...

188: ClearNova announces ThinkCAP JX
ClearNova has announced ThinkCAP JX, which is a RAD platform for building Ajax, and J2EE applications. Features MVC Framework Integrated Visual Workbench Page Flow Designer Smart Data Binding Data Aware Components "Mock" Data Protot...

189: Tuning Ajax
Dave Johnson has written a piece on Tuning Ajax. Unless you live under a rock, you've heard about and likely even used AJAX. Asynchronous JavaScript and XML is becoming an increasingly pervasive deployment methodology, which necessitates that p...

190: AjaxTalk.de - a German community site for Ajax
Dominik Hahn has started a German Ajax community site called AjaxTalk.de, and is looking to support the German Ajax community. So if you are looking for discussion and resources for Ajax in German, give his new site a try. ...

191: AHAH: Asychronous HTML and HTTP
The Microformats people have been talking about a minimalist subset of Ajax: Asychronous HTML and HTTP (ahah). In ahah, HTML snippets are injected directly onto existing elements. There's also a tiny library function available that accepts two a...

192: Panoramio.com - slick photo mashup with Google Maps
Panoramio.com is a new photo service / Google Maps Mash up. Although there are similar mashups, this one stands out because of its simple, well designed interface. You upload a photo just by clicking on the location on the map and filling out the p...

193: Paul Graham on Web 2.0 and Ajax
Paul Graham's latest essay on Web 2.0 is worth a read. He talks about the three componenents of web 2.0 - Ajax, democracy, and being good to your users. On Ajax: Basically, what "Ajax" means is "Javascript now works." And o...

194: Is Ajax gonna kill the web frameworks?
James Strachan has written some flame bait with Is Ajax gonna kill the web frameworks?:) His contention is that: The Java eco system has zillions of web frameworks from JSF, Tapestry, Struts, WebWork, Spring WebFlow to things like JSP / JSTL / Vel...

195: Drag and Drop Ajaxian Indicators
We can do drag and drop in browsers these days, which is made more useful with Ajax, since you can do something server side on a drop. Our lovely toolkits like Dojo and Prototype also make working with drag and drop pretty trivial, and what does thi...

196: AjaxTrans and Ads
We recently posted about AjaxTrans which has been updated with another proof of concept. This time Joel Parish has added an example of calling out to ads as you type! This is exactly why the critics who cried "Ajax will kill Ads because there...

197: Script.aculo.us 1.5.1 includes new effects
Do you always wait for the first point release after a final one? Well, script.aculo.us has just released version 1.5.1 on the heals of the 1.5 release that came with Rails 1.0. This is not just a bug fix release though, but adds features: Effect....

198: Digg Spy v2
Digg Spy has been upgraded with a bunch of new features. There are some nice new filter and extra event types covered. But the most notable feature is the Periodic Refresh. It used to update at a leisurely pace of once every few seconds, and is now...

199: JavaScript Performance: Comparing the Atlas and Prototype class idioms
Firstly, it has to be said that micro-benchmarks are the root of all evil. Now that is out of the way, Jon Meyer took the time to compare styles of subclassing in JavaScript, based on what he sees in Prototype and Atlas. He analyzes performance im...

200: Yahoo! JSON API
Simon Willison, now at Yahoo!, Reports that Yahoo! Has JSONified itsAPI: As of today, JSON is supported as an alternative output format for nearly all of Yahoo! 'S Web Service APIs. This is a Really Big Deal, because it makes Yahoo!' S APIs...


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