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201: XIN: Rich Ajax Desktop
After we posted about the new TXN desktop, Mikael Bergkvist pointed us to another Ajax Rich Desktop called XIN. This desktop has more widgets and features, and it includes some documentation for you to write you own widgets and such. ...

202: TXN: Ajax Online Desktop
XIX xeaon has created an early stage example of his TXN online desktop. Currently the only programs are a console and chat application, but they live in their own windows, like a true GUI OS. A nice experiment of the Web OS concept. I wonder if we...

203: TIBCO General Interface 3.1.0 Beta 3 Download Now Available
Beta 3 of TIBCO General Interface 3.1, aka "GI", is now available for download. What is TIBCO GI? According to TIBCO: Don Hoexpect to be working with DHTML, the DOM or the XMLHTTPRequest object, because the GI Framework provides a full ...

204: AJAX and Multibyte Character Support
Taylan Pince has a post on his blog that looks at an issue several don't think about when developing pages / applications with Ajax - multibyte caharacter support. I love AJAX, and I realize that there are more than enough tutorials on the subj...

205: Django adopts Dojo as Ajax framework
Django, the Python "Web Framework for Perfectionists", is Bundling Dojo for Ajax with its 0.92 release, due in out in a few weeks. The initial integration will use Dojo in the admin interface of Django, but the toolkit will be available f...

206: getElementsByTagNames: note the plural
Peter-Paul Koch has created a new script which implements getElementsByTagNames. HTML has several related elements with distinct tag names, like h1-h6 or input, select and textarea. GetElementsByTagName works only on elements with the same tag name...

207: Brad Neuberg: render UI On The Server or the Client?
Brad Neuberg has a post worth reading on where to render the UI for Ajax apps over on his blog. He talks about two general approaches you can take: Thick Client - basically the server just gives you answers to RESTful web service calls, and your cl...

208: Supporting the Back-Button: Tutorial on Dev2Dev
Backbase's Mark Schiefelbein has produced a Tutorial on handling the Back-Button with Ajax. He notes that the well-cited top 10 Ajax applications includes many examples that break standard expectations about the web. "As a direct consequen...

209: AjaxMyTop: MySQL Monitor
We've seen in-browser SQL, a database administrator, and even a database designer. Now there's a database monitor ... AjaxMyTop shows active MySQL connections. You get a data grid showing connections, each showing ID, user, duration, and so...

210: Foldblog: Handling Multiple XHRs
Apparently, Fold (not there yet) is to be a new Web 2.0 start page. In any event, the Fold Development Blog, by Axel Wolf, is explaining the Goings-on in their Ruby-On-Rails development effort, and a recent post explains how they deal with multiple ...

211: Hijax: Graceful Degration
Jeremy Keith (via Marko Samastur) writes of a Hijax, a specific technique for graceful degradation: I wrote some time back about progressive enhancement with Ajax. It's a very simple idea: First, build an old-fashioned website that uses hyperl...

212: Voice XML and Ajax
Voice (XML) of the People has weighed in on their thoughts on bringing Ajax techniques to Voice XML via the and elements available. This was in response to the article in speech Tech mag on Metalanguages and Ajax, and goes into detail on what Voi...

213: Design Pattern: Read / Write Div
Jonathan Boutelle has written about, what he calls, the Read / Write Div pattern. What is the Read / Write Div pattern? A new AJAX convention cropping up in a few places, one that is easy to implement and has real benefit to end users. I haven'...

214: Using Ajax to Improve the Bandwidth Performance of Web Applications
Merrill over at webperformance.com christopher wrote up an article on the performance impacts of Ajax development in which he measured Bandwidth results for an application using full page refreshes vs. Ajax techniques. The Goal In order to test th...

215: MyBigRiver.com - live search for Amazon
Jeff Chausse has created MyBigRiver.com, a Quick and easy search engine for all of Amazon's products. If you've ever gone through the Dance of looking up a book on amazon, trying to clean the url, copying and pasting the image url, and then ...

216: Ajax Powered IP to Location
Matt Inman put together a clean little Ajax powered IP to Location app. It shows off the Google Maps JavaScript API, and how simple it is to programatically tie in. ...

217: IssueTrackerProduct: AutoSave and Refresh
Peter Bengtsson created an Ajax Issue Tracker with Ajax techniques, awhile back in his application: IssueTrackerProduct. There is a bunch of Ajax sprinkled in, but the major pieces are: Autosave. When you're entering an issue, the whole form i...

218: Automatic external link interstitials using JavaScript and Behavior.js
Do you work in an industry that needs to be paranoid about privacy? Patrick Fitzgerald works at WebMD, and had to make sure that users were warned when going to external areas. You could go through every a href, but that is error prone, and isn...

219: Major Blummy update - blummyWiki
The always prolific Alexander Kirk has released a major update to Blummy, which we originally reported on in October. Think of Blummy as Bookmarklets on steroids. The key feature of this update is blummyWiki, which adds an in page Wiki available acr...

220: FireBug: "It's not your Grandma's Javascript Console."
FireBug is a new tool for Firefox that aids with debugging Javascript, DHTML, and Ajax. It is like a combination of the Javascript Console, DOM Inspector, and a command line Javascript interpreter. Features Log DOM Elements With Your Mouse Using...


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