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101: An interview with Eric Costello of Flickr
Jesse James Garrett has interviewed Eric Costello of Flickr. They discuss ideas such as: The evolution of Flickr The beginnings of Flickr as a game How the Flickr team operates The migration of some pieces from Flash to Ajax User driven develo...

102: Create Your Own Web-based Screensaver
Have you ever thought about having a cool ajaxian web page be a screen saver? This post discusses how to do this with. Hta files. <hta: APPLICATION ID = "screensaver" APPLICATIONNAME = "screensaver" BORDER = "none"...

103: Script.aculo.us Ghost Train: Functional Testing
The script.aculo.us guys are devloping more and more cool things all the time. They created a web application Functional test engine, with automatic recording called Ghost Train. Turn the puppy on (Firefox only), lets it rip, and see your script co...

104: ClearNova: Ajax Examples
ClearNova has some nice ajaxian examples: Ping: Ping sends the current date to the server. Basic AJAX functionality. See server console for date. Track Changes: As each field changes, the change is sent to the server. If all is well, the word OK s...

105: Hotmail Kahuna: Start.com for mail
It appears that the Rogue Start.com group at Microsoft is at it with mail. According to some, Kahuna, the next generation hotmail, has just gone internal beta1. Using AJAX to suppress page reload Emulatiing outlook a lot Mail will support chinese...

106: ESPN Using Ajaxian Preview
The ESPN new headlines are using Ajaxian callbacks to get previews of the News when you mouseover the Headline. The previews are pretty tiny, so does this make sense versus having that data sent back with the main page? ...

107: AjaxTags 1.0 Released
The AJAX Tag Library is a set of JSP tags that simplify the use of Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) technology in JavaServer Pages. AJAX is primarily rooted in JavaScript. However, many server-side developers do not have an extensive knowledg...

108: FUD: Using the XMLHttpRequest Object and AJAX to Spy On You
It looks like the FUD fest has started wrt Ajax. DevX has an article called Using the XMLHttpRequest Object and AJAX to Spy On You. The example that he uses is having a game which sends back what you are doing. Like this couldn't be done with F...

109: Backbase reviewed by Infoworld
InfoWorld has completed a review on Backbase. Snippet For instance, a Backbase Web page includes a link tag that starts off with an 'a' like a standard link, but it includes unfamiliar attributes such as b: action = 'load' or b: ur...

110: FeedDigest Effects
FeedDigest is using the scriptaculous effects throughout the site. For example, if you add a feed you will see the following comment bar spring to live at the top: After flashing, it settles down for a bit, and then dissapears entirely. Although ...

111: Ajax Toolbox
Ajax Toolbox has released another wrapper on top of XHR that encapsulates the details allowing you to just: AjaxRequest.get (( 'onSuccess': function (req) (document.forms [0]. PageSource.value = req.responseText;))); You can view the sourc...

112: View Post-rendered Source
Michael Moncur found the View Formatted Source Mozilla extension. He hit the nail on the head with respect to its usefulness. Having color-coded HTML is fine and all, but the interesting piece is that the source that is shown is not just what was do...

113: JavaScript Gotcha
Keith ran into one of the classic JavaScript Gotchas wrt closures and sharing function objects resulting from: Browser independant code * may not * rely on obtaining a different, unjoined function object for * any * function declared inside anothe...

114: Will Ajax Threaten Windows Desktop?
We know our Tech is hyped when the question asked is Will Ajax Threaten Windows Desktop?. The Slashdot-ians have spoken everything that probably needs to be said there. Ajax is great, but I don't think it will be the deployment platform for ev...

115: PalmSphere: Marking Favorites with Ajax
The PalmSphere website has a couple of Bits of Ajax going on. Next to the articles on the site are glass balls. If you click on one it auto-marks it as your favorite, and your favorites list changes. ...

116: script.aculo.us documentation here we come
script.aculo.us has just launched a Wiki which will document its efforts, and will also end up documenting some of Prototype (by the nature of sau running on top of Prototype). ...

117: Ajaxian Div Expansion in Drupal
This recent drupal demo shows the example of having a small summary div, and then expanding it via a server-side request to get the full monty. It also shows backwards compatibiliy via the URLs that are used (ie you can hit the nodes URL to get the...

118: LiveJournal Ajaxian Image Script
Michael Bommarito has created an AJAX-powered script to display the latest images from LiveJournal posts. It periodically updates, intelligently transferring only those images new for the specific client, and provides an interface to start, stop, an...

119: Midnight Coders release WebORB
The Midnight Coders have released a new product enabling development and client / server connectivity for AJAX and Flash applications. WebORB is available for both Java and. NET environments. Release Notes WebORB includes a client-side library ca...

120: JWChat: Jabber Web Chat
In the YAChat category, we have a Jabber Web Chat: JWChat: JWChat aims to be a full featured, web based Jabber client. It uses only JavaScript and HTML on the client-side. Currently it supports basic jabber instant messaging, roster management and ...


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