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121: MochiKit 0.70 Released
Bob Ippolito has released MockiKit 0.70: New Features This release includes a new example, a bunch of new features, a minor API change, and some bug fixes. Spiffy new example: Ajax Tables, which is an extension of the sortable Tables from Scratch...

122: Ajax OPML Generator
Michael Bommarito has taken a traditional OPML generator, and built an Ajaxian version. Here is an example that works with your Bloglines account: Why AJAX? Because the OPML file is generated by JavaScript, avoiding the transmission of your passwo...

123: FacesClient Components Developer's Guide
IBM has released a new version of FacesClient Components (formerly called the Odyssey Browser Framework) based on JSF technology, offering Ajaxian components. FacesClient Components Developer's Guide (second edition) Download PDF guide Flash ...

124: Current TV: A Bit of Fun
Current TV is trying to change the TV world. I noticed a non-functional, but kinda fun piece of interactivity. The tag-line under Current.tv changes, and allows you, the user, to choose one via the "Edit Me" and "Save" buttons....

125: Ajaxian QDF Interfaces
Josh Reed has written a piece in which he gives "you an idea of some of the things that can be accomplished via AJAX to create highly interactive interfaces." He goes into detail on how he wrote Ajaxian QDF Interfaces: For the QDF interf...

126: Drupal adds Ajaxian Chat Module
The popular open source content management platform Drupal, has started to get Ajaxian. They just released an Ajaxian chat module. The code exists here. ...

127: Webservices and Ajax.NET
A lot if happening in the. NET world wrt Ajax. The Ajax.NET framework has added the ability to get Ajax working against Webservices where the code can not (or you do not want it to ...) be changed. <html> <head> <script language=\&qu...

128: Elegant ASP.NET Library for Ajax
Fexis Vargas pointed us to Jason Diamond, a DevelopMentor instructor, who has created his own Ajax library for making callbacks to the code behind an ASP page. It started out as an "intellectual exercise", but he did such a good job, its t...

129: Start.com: Ajaxian Portal
People were excited to see what Google would come up with, when they showed their personalized search page. Microsoft has a Sidekick project: Start.com, which looks similar to the Google portal. There is a lot of Ajax going on there, from having p...

130: Ajax Pages: Scripting Engine for JavaScript
Ajax Pages is a scripting template engine that enables rapid development of Ajax Web-based Applications, just like GMail, Google Maps, A9 and Backpack, but without having to manipulate complicated Document Object Models to make things Dynamic. If y...

131: Because We're Not Yet Bored of Google Maps Stuff ...
Brennan Stehling has created a simple, cross-browser abstraction on top of the Google Maps API called GPlotter that lets you define your map markers in an XML file and have them plotted at run-time on a Google Maps window. Neat. ...

132: Migrate apps from Internet Explorer to Mozilla
Doron Rosenberg has written an interesting article on How to make Internet Explorer-specific Web applications work in Mozilla-based browsers. He dives into general cross browser tips first, such as the usual suspects (document.all vs. Document.laye...

133: Ajax Deep Linking
Jon Udell has spoken about MSN Virtual Earth, Google Maps, and AJAX deep linking. We talked about some of these points in an earlier editorial piece: Making sure that crawlers like Google can grok your Ajaxian apps. Neither Google Maps nor MSN Vi...

134: Ajax Shopping Cart: Progressive Enhancement
Over at Adactio they are trying to practice what they preach. They have released an Ajaxian Shopping Cart which uses progressive enhancement. Basically, fancy words to say that it still works if you aren't able to do the JavaScript wonder, and...

135: JavaScript Archive Network: The CPAN for JS
One of the great gems of Perl is CPAN. Rael noticed that some Perl hackers are jumping into some JavaScript code, and built JSAN, a place to find comprehensive information on JavaScript libraries. As Rael says ... The most interesting find in the ...

136: MochiKit JavaScript Library
Pythonistas some set their sites on "making JavaScript suck less" as they put it. They created the JavaScript library MochiKit. MochiKit consists of: Async - manage asynchronous tasks Base - Functional programming and useful comparisons...

137: HTML Form Element: Radio Select - Combining Radio Button and Select items
HTML came out with nice form elements such as radio buttons, select boxes etc ... but it also missed a few. I knew that I wanted a drop down list that also let me just type in something as "other". Now we kinda get that with the LiveSearch...

138: Prototype based LiveGrid
Alley fell in love with Rico LiveGrid when he saw it and wanted to implement it on his site. As he started on this task he Items in which he wanted to change, so he has created a new prototype version: No support for the mousewheel Your html-outpu...

139: Konfabulator 2.1: Ajax additions
Konfabulator has been purchased by Yahoo!, And the platform is to be known as Yahoo! Widgets. What is Konfabulator? Konfabulator is a JavaScript runtime engine for Windows and Mac OS X that lets you run little files called Widgets that can do pret...

140: New Zealand YAGM
We have YAGM (Yet Another Google Maps). This time around the mapping area that is catered for is the Kiwis. If you move around the map faster than it can draw you oan even get peaks at the Loading ... screen again! New Zealand Guide Update: You h...


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