| ||Date ||Title ||Author ||Hits |
| || 01-26-09 || ||Alejandro Gervasio ||28244 |
| || 01-21-09 || ||Chrysanthus Forcha ||45291 |
| || 01-20-09 || ||Alejandro Gervasio ||19677 |
| || 01-12-09 || ||Alejandro Gervasio ||35617 |
In this second installment of a four-part series, you will learn how to develop an AJAX-driven application that makes use of Google's Ajax Libraries API to work with the jQuery library. Using Google's API means taking advantage of Google's servers, which can be expected to react much more quickly than a single heavily-loaded server. Let's get started.
| || 01-05-09 || ||Alejandro Gervasio ||30530 |
| || 10-28-08 || ||Chrysanthus Forcha ||16547 |
In this final part of a four-part series, I give you my enhancements to the AJAX approach to Active Client Pages. Before I conclude the series, I will introduce two other approaches to you. Keep reading to learn how to help your web pages load more quickly.
| || 10-21-08 || ||Chrysanthus Forcha ||15681 |
This is the third part of my four-part series, "Active Client Pages, An Ajax Approach." In this part I illustrate the Ajax approach with a simple example, complete with code. Be sure to read the first two parts; they will help you understand what I'm trying to accomplish here, though the first part of this article does include a quick summary.
| || 10-14-08 || ||Chrysanthus Forcha ||17346 |
This is the second part of my four-part series, Active Client Pages – Ajax Approach. In this part of the series, we continue our discussion of the Ajax features we will need to use with ACP, and then we look at the principles of the Ajax approach.
| || 10-07-08 || ||Chrysanthus Forcha ||18124 |
If a user were using a slow Internet connection, he would have found that it takes time for him to have his web page displayed (downloaded) at his client computer. Nowadays, only the first page of his web site will take a long time to be downloaded; the rest of the pages will come very fast. Keep reading to learn how we can accomplish this trick. It's all thanks to Active Client Pages and the magic of AJAX.
| || 07-15-08 || ||James Payne ||79423 |
Ajax is often mistaken for a programming language, when in reality it is more of a standard or technique used to create better, more interactive web applications. It is used to create more responsive web pages by loading certain areas of a page, instead of an entire page. In this tutorial, and the ones that follow, we will learn to work with it to build dynamic web sites.