Max Kiesler - Round-up of 30 AJAX Tutorials

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Max Kiesler - Round-up of 30 AJAX Tutorials http://www.maxkiesler.com/index.php/weblog/comments/round_up_o. .. 1 of 11 11/29/2006 11:02 PM Blog DesignDemo mHub About Contact News Archives Max Kiesler - Article Wednesday, March 15, 2006 Digg it | Post to del.icio.us | Blink it Round-up of 30 AJAX Tutorials There are quite a few AJAX demos and examples on the web right now. While these are invaluable to learning AJAX, some people need a bit more information than just a raw piece of code. In todays environment there are many ways to learn AJAX including, books, classes, conferences, workshops and tutorials. Of these the only one that is free and accessible to everyone are web-based tutorials. The following is a list of what I consider the be the best and most helpful AJAX tutorials that I've found over the past year. Please let me know through email or a comment if you know of any other great AJAX tutorials and I'll be glad to post them. Also special thanks to all of the folks who produced all of these great free learning experiences. AJAX Client-Server Communication Tutorials Alternate Ajax Techniques, Part 1 By now, nearly everyone who works in web development has heard of the term Ajax, which is simply a term to describe client-server communication achieved without reloading the current page. Most articles on Ajax have focused on using XMLHttp as the means to achieving such communication, but Ajax techniques aren't limited to just XMLHttp. There are several other methods. Dynamic HTML and XML: The XMLHttpRequest Object Thanks to the little-known XMLHttpRequest object, an increasing range of web clients can retrieve and submit XML data directly, all in the background. Guide to Using XMLHttpRequest Using XMLHttpRequest with php and mysql Make asynchronous requests with JavaScript and Ajax Make asynchronous requests with JavaScript and Ajax. In this article, you'll begin with the most fundamental and basic of all Ajax-related objects and programming approaches: The XMLHttpRequest object. Instant Tutorial Simply put, AJAX allows you to make a call to an http server (typically an RSS feed or a webpage), get it’s content and load them into your existing page without having to refresh the whole page. This means that services like email don’t have to reload the whole page everytime you click a message, saving on bandwidth (loading the header/footer all over again) and making things more efficient. Advanced Requests and Responses in AJAXR In this article, Brett McLaughlin will show you the different status codes and demonstrate how browsers handle each and he will showcase the lesser-used HTTP requests that you can make with Ajax. AJAX Drag and Drop Tutorials Fun with Drag and Drop with RICO For those of you who haven't seen Rico its another AJAX library, with quite a few cool extras. What I'm going to cover here is my first expiriment with Rico and their 'drag and drop' functionality. Getting basic drag and drop functionality is extremely easy with this library, and with just a bit of modification you can easily make it fit
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