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161: "Ajax is rocket science". "Ajax isn't simple". Enough already!
InfoWorld wrote their piece on Ajax a little Bit ago. One area of the article goes into how hard Ajax is: Ajax isn't simple. It can include more than two Web languages plus other code, including JavaScript, Dynamic HTML, and a Microsoft-create...

162: JavaScript Benchmarking
As we get more and more interest in Ajax, and more of the web app runs via the JavaScript engine in the browsers, people are trying to see how they can perform. One recent benchmark discusses the performance of XSLT in IE, Firefox, and compares it ...

163: Sun Java Creator 2 and Ajax
Sun has a lot of Ajaxian components and support in their new Creator 2 tool, and they were showing it off in a keynote at JavaOne. Tor Norbye has also just written up a paper on his Demo in which he goes into detail on their Ajaxian components. Re...

164: Yahoo! Mail: Revenge of the Oddpost
Yahoo! Grabbed the Oddpost guys, who built an insane JavaScript client library, which they used to build a web based email client that looks like Outlook. Everyone has been wondering when their influence will be seen on Yahoo! Mail itself. They have...

165: Showcase: JotSpot Live
The Jot folks are really getting into Ajax. Firstly they talked about how JotSpot does AJAX, Dojo-Style, which makes sense since Alex Russell works over there. Then they talked about JotSpot Live, which is: a real-time wiki interface that allows m...

166: Showcase: Apple.com iTunes Counter
Apple.com is currently displaying an iTunes Counter that shows the number of songs downloaded, counting to the 500 million song mark. The countdown actually uses Ajax to grab the counts from an XML that is generated and put on the server at http://...

167: How DWR handles XML
Joe Walker, founder of DWR (Direct Web Remoting), discusses the X in Ajax, and how DWR handles it. DWR works a bit like RMI except that instead of having 2 Java systems talking to each other using JRMP you have a web browser and a web server talkin...

168: Rails 0.13: Ajax in Rails Update
The Rails team have churned out a bunch of new features and fixes for the 0.13 release: performance improvements, easier caching, named routes, and the additions to the render () method. There is also a lot of new Ajaxian components in there: Ajax:...

169: XAB Toolkit: Generating a base Ajax application
The XAB Toolkit is a system for building AJAX type applications with Mozilla, SOAP, PHP and MySQL. XAB is designed with the intentention of building intranet and extranet type applications and not those for general web useage. It requires the SOAP ...

170: Prototyping Desktop Apps with Ajax
Michael Mahemoff has discussed Tony Darugar's points on using Ajax as a prototyping stop-gap: As I went to download Tcl / Tk, it occured (sic.) to me that I could use AJAX. All I Holmiumlooking for is a simple screen that displays each record i...

171: Ajax and VoiceXML
Brad Porter was asked: AJAX has rapidly changed how developers look at web UIs. Are any of the AJAX advantages possible in VoiceXML?. He had a lot to reply with, and it was a resounding YES: Let's walk through an example that uses AJAX to list...

172: Microsoft Atlas: Ajax all along
Microsoft got hit by the Ajax term like everyone else. They have been "doing Ajax" for a long time, as many companies had been, before the Ajax term took off. If you looked at ASP.NET 2.0 (Whidbey) you would have seen Ajax all over the sho...

173: Java Web Server: Jetty 6.0 Continuations for Ajax Architectures
Jetty is an open source web container for Java. The Team just announced a new version that supports continuations, which allow performance improvements for certain Ajaxian applications: The 6.0.0alpha3 release of Jetty is now available and provides...

174: Effective Ajax Presentation Online
Rob Sanheim has published the slides and examples for his upcoming Effective Ajax presentation. Rob will be speaking this weekend in Chicago, at the No Fluff Just Stuff event, and is asking for feedback on his Material before the Show! ...

175: Ajax Latency: Myth, Reality, and Solutions
Jep Castelein of Backbase has been writing about latency issues, and how Ajax is involved. Firstly, he talked about Ajax Latency problems: Myth or reality?. In this article he discusses what people are saying and thinking wrt Ajax latency, and add...

176: Logging in JavaScript with fvlogger
David Miller has written a lovely article on JavaScript logging. He takes us on the ride that we took when running from alert (), and onto browser tools such as Venkman for Mozilla. Finally he gets to fvlogger, his logging toolkit for JavaScript. ...

177: Showcase: Bandnews.org
Kiesler max pointed us to Bandnews.org, a site that uses Ajax in a clean and simple way. Bandnews is a website which aggregates music News live from the web and allows you to save your personal favorites or add new bands to track. Scout, which is t...

178: CPAINT v2.0.1 Released
We have released CPAINT v2.0.1 for ASP and PHP. This release combines all the patches we previously released for v2.0.0. There is no new real functionality in this version, however we do recommend that all users upgrade to the new version, due to fu...

179: Internet Explorer Has Native Support for Persistence and Saving Session Across Page Loads Without Cookies
Brad Neuberg has written up a lot on the state of state in the browser:) Saving Session Across Page Loads Without Cookies, On The Client Side This is a mini-tutorial on saving state across page loads on the client side, without using cookies so as...

180: Ajax Tutorial: A Tale of Two IFrames
Brad Neuberg has written a mini-Tutorial on the black art of iframes and browser history. iframes? er we get that ... you may think. However, Brad gets into the differences between: simple iframe via markup <iframe id="testFrame" src...


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