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81: Backbase comes out with new ajaxified home page, new demos, and whitepaper
Backbase, a JavaScript RIA company, has been busy: New Home Page: They revamped their homepage to use Ajax all over the shop. You will notice a lot of "loading" rather than full page loads. They know they are taking Ajax to the extreme, a...

82: XMLHttpRequest tracing for Ajax debugging via GreaseMonkey
Julien Couvreur has written a GreaseMonkey user script to: trace XMLHttpRequest calls in the JavaScript Console. It logs the "open" and "send" calls, as well as the response Status code and text. Its purpose is to help peek int...

83: Ajax Summit: Wrap up
Well, the summit is over. Some people asked us going into the summit, "What exactly are you guys going to talk about? What is going to come out of the summit?" We couldn't really answer that question then, and, now that's over, we ...

84: Derek Powazek: Ajax is to traditional Web, what IM is to Email
Derek Powazek kindly tried to end a long conversation by stopping everyone digressing all over the shop. SAT wise: "Ajax is to traditional Web, what IM is to Email" Discuss. ...

85: Ajax Summit: Anil Dash from Movable Type
Anil showed LiveJournal. He talked about how every page is dynamic, that the site has lots of users and how its very addictive for users to go and check their livejournal page. He's saying that hundreds of thousands of users check their journal ...

86: Ajax Summit: Thomas Lackner of Sajax fame
He started out by showing his Sajax PHP library. Its designed to be very simple to use and easy for average developers to use. He showed how you use it in PHP pages to easily have access to the Sajax functions for creating Ajax effects. Major kudos...

87: Ajax Summit: Adam Michela from axentric.com
He's working on Wists, a visual bookmarking tool. He also has an Ajax blog that has special Ajax features. He showed a demo of Wists. You visit a website, click on the Wists bookmarklet, and you get a list of all the images on the page. You can...

88: Ajax Summit: Jonathan Boutelle from Uzanto Consulting
Jonathan's presentation is called "Making Magic Happen: Predicting User Behavior in AJAX Applications." He started out by talking about his consultancy, which does user interaction stuff. He point to his blog, jonathanboutelle.com, wh...

89: Ajax Summit: Dustan Orchard from Apple
Dunstan shared his process for designing a website with ajax features. He says: Get the idea try to work out how to achieve the same result with no js Try to progressively enhance the idea using JS Make technology failures graceful (livesearch a...

90: Ajax Summit: Evan Williams from Odeo
Evan showed how Blogger is avoiding server overhead by only loading content when necessary. He's not affiliated with Blogger, but it was interesting. Evan is from Odeo, a company that I'd never heard of before. Apparently, it's an audio...

91: Firefox 1.5: What's Missing in Deer Park
Alex Russell has voiced in on what he would like to see out of Firefox 1.5: Here are a couple of simple-ish things that would make our lives immeasurably better: Local string caching from script: This is a strange name for a very very powerful cap...

92: Firefox 1.5: What's Missing in Deer Park
Alex Russell has voiced in on what he would like to see out of Firefox 1.5: Here are a couple of simple-ish things that would make our lives immeasurably better: Local string caching from script: This is a strange name for a very very powerful cap...

93: Ajax in IE without ActiveX
What about if you are worried about non-ActiveXians being able to use your cool Ajax cool on IE? Kae Verens wrote about his experience writing Ajax in IE without ActiveX. He then followed up noting that: On Friday, I announced a non-ActiveX versi...

94: Building an AJAX based Specials Sorter
Rick Strahl went about building an Ajax based Specials Sorter. His result was produced here. The idea is that I have a list of items in the store that have a Special flag set that are displayed on the home page of the store. The Special flag also ...

95: JavaScript IDE Support: IDEA 5.0 doesn't cut the mustard?
We want JavaScript to be a first class citizen in our IDEs right? Both Ben and I are big fans of IntelliJ IDEA, and I was keen to try out the JavaScript support in 5.0. I kept up as builds from the Early Access Program came about , but was a little ...

96: Dojo Compressor Toolkit
Yeah, yeah. So you have written your own script which takes JavaScript and munges it to compress it. How do you grok the JavaScript? Some cheeky regex's that are very brittle? This is where Dojo's Compressor differs from our little hacks: ...

97: Midnight Coders whip up an Ajaxian Google
We Blogged about the release of WebORB from the midnight Coders. Now they are out and about to Show us how to do the odd thing. They built an ajaxian Google interface which has a search query text field sensitive to the user's Idle time, so as ...

98: Rich HTML Slider
The gurus from webfx have long been on the scene showing us cool innovative ways of doing rich work on the web. Now they have a nice Demo of a dhtml slider ...

99: Showcase: Blinklist
Blinklist is a nice small application that lets you manage lists of things. They make heavy use of Ajax, and talk about how they embraced it: Pagination with AJAX Forget having to browse from page to page. With AJAX, new data can be sent between ...

100: Asynchronous client script callbacks
Paul Glavich has written about the ASP.NET asynchronous client script callbacks. Paul builds an example using the MS technology and then compares to Ajax.NET: Asynchronous client script callbacks are a powerful feature, but they can be limiting. Y...


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