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221: Zimlets: Zimbra tries to enable easier mashups
Zimbra has released a simple API that enables you to integrate with their Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS) in a mashup kind of way. It is great to see vendors give developers a nice easy API into their system, enabling us to tweak the application f...

222: Audible Ajax Episode 13: Patrick Lightbody of WebWork
OpenSymphony WebWork is a quality Java web framework than is known for its simplicity, in a world of complexity. WebWork recently had a 2.2 release that offered up a ton of Ajax features, so we wanted to get the thoughts from a server-side web fram...

223: JavaScript Tip: Cross Browser Cursor Positioning
Hartshorne beau has been burnt by a few pixels when getting the position of the users cursor cross browser. I discovered that IE HolmiumclientX and clientY measurements were sometimes a couple pixels out. It turns out this is because IE Holmiumthe ...

224: Why Ajax is Disruptive
Dion Hinchcliffe makes some good points in Why Ajax Is So Disruptive. What he's saying here is that Ajax is more than a suite of technologies, but a new way of doing things. It's an important point, because there's a lot of people who as...

225: Wt: C + + Ajax Framework
Have you been wishing that you could code up a storm of Ajax with C + +? Well, you are in luck with Wt: a web toolkit. What is Wt? Wt (pronounce wit-ty), is a C + + library to develop web applications. The API is widget-centric, and inspired by e...

226: Ruby in the Browser?
Paul Hammant says "Bring on text / rhtml on the client side" for Web 3.0: If the client and server technology were pure Java (say Swing), then a refactoring either using the IDEs functions or good old cut and paste would allow you to quic...

227: jQuery: another small JavaScript library
"We want small libraries. We want them now!" We have yet another contender in the small JavaScript library realm: jQuery. Query is a Javascript library that takes this motto to heart: Writing Javascript code should be fun. JQuery acheiv...

228: KavaScript: JavaScript meets Ruby
Do you wish JavaScript was a touch closer to a language like Ruby? Now your dreams have been answered ... kinda. A new language called KavaScript is in town: KavaScript breathes new life into JavaScript by extending it with syntax and features i...

229: Dojo Progress Widget
Richard Rodger has written up his experience creating a Dojo progress widget. Richard shows the JavaScript: dojo.require ( "dojo.widget .*"); dojo.hostenv.setModulePrefix ( 'ricebridge', 'ricebridge'); dojo.widget.manag...

230: Onion Skinned Drop Shadows with JavaScript
Brian Williams wrote an article back in time on onion skinned drop shadows. Bob Aman decided that although he liked the drop shadows, he thought it was more complicated than it needs to be to implement it (lots of html and css). So he created a si...

231: Apache Struts-Shale and Simple Ajax
David Geary has announced a new remoting Package for Shale, the Java framework that sits on top of JavaServer Faces. Now with one JS function you can access your managed beans on the server side: function zipChanged (zip) ( sendRequest ( "ht...

232: SELECT box fixed in IE 7
Ah the annoying problems with <select> elements in IE. Nothing drives you nuts like having selects ignoring z-index and the like, and making your apps look ugly. Well, it seems that one good thing in IE 7 is that they are fixing these problem...

233: JavaScript idioms you need to know
Alex Russell (of Dojo Fame) has a nice post on fundamental principles of JavaScript you need to really grok the language. Once you understand them, you'll be well on your way to creating real JavaScript instead of just doing the copy / paste / t...

234: Prototype adds CSS selector function: $ $ ( 'div # page p.summary img')
Those prototype folks love their magic functions don't they:) This time, Sam Stephenson has added some CSS selector magic to the Prototype trunk. Example: Find all <img /> elements inside elements with class Holmium Holmium ummary stagn...

235: Ajaxified Alexa
Joe Walker is at it again. He has rightly noted that Alexa is ripe for a slash of Ajax paint, and he went ahead and put together a simple example. You should be able to dynamically add / remove sites that you want to track, and the image should cha...

236: PORK.iframe: Form submission with iframes
Jelle Ursem has created PHP on Rails (kinda). IFRAME, or PORK.iframe. He told us that: I've messed around the whole day building on top of moo.ajax building pork.iframe. you can now just do <form method='post' action='index.php...

237: Moo.ajax: 1.3kb for all your asynchronous needs
Valerio Proietti, the creator of Moo.fx, has now created a micro library for Ajax, moo.ajax. I noticed many of you requested if it would have been possible to use the full prototype, instead of the Lite one I provided with the full download of moof...

238: Realtime on Rails 2.0
Martin Scheffler has released his second version of Realtime on Rails (we posted on version 1.0). Realtime on Rails is a RoR app using Ajax HTTP streaming to update browsers from the server. It includes: A ruby HTTPD for mediating the push connec...

239: "Take It With You" Wiki
Julien Couvreur's been busy working on a new style of Wiki. The "Take It With You" (TIWY) Wiki lets you work offline and online. When online, it will persist to the server. When offline, it will save locally via Flash, then sync later ...

240: Safari announces new Web Inspector
WebKit (the engine that powers Safari) now has a new DOM browser, Web Inspector. You have been able to turn on the debug menu in Safari via: % defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 1 and with this you can get a view of the current DO...


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