Best AJAX Tutorials for Forms
This article highlights some of the best AJAX form tutorials available across the net.
The Best AJAX Tutorials
We already provided you with some of the top AJAX tutorials in the past, but there are many more that can help you implement the technology into your designs. Here are seven more AJAX tutorials that should be useful for beginners and more experienced users alike.
8 Great Ajax Tutorials
Ajax offers a solid avenue to really add life to your web design in a multitude of ways. There are plenty of tutorials on the internet that show you how to use Ajax, so trying to find which ones are the best is a rather trying task. Here is a condensed list of some of the top Ajax tutorials on the web to help you get started.
Using Ajax and jQuery
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the jQuery API to handle and process a plethora of Ajax requests. This article explores the jquery methods for using both get and post with AJAX and details the .get() and .load() methods.
Using Ajax and jQuery with HTML Forms
Java Technologies Provider ICEsoft Releases ICEfaces 2
ICEsoft Technologies is a worldwide producer of open source enterprise Java technologies, and it has a new framework available that redefines the way in which Java enterprise applications are developed, as well as their capabilities. The new framework goes by the name of ICEfaces 2. It is a followup to the original award winning ICEfaces release. ICEsoft just announced the product's official release, and if it is anything like its predecessor, it will be accepted by developers with open arms.
Using Recaptcha in AJAX Prototype Framework with PHP
One of the biggest problems with form handling is spam. If the form is not protected with captcha, then most likely spam and auto-form submission will happen. But thanks to Google Recaptcha, PHP and AJAX technology, a webmaster can now implement captcha protection without severely affecting the user's experience. This is a beginner tutorial on using Recaptcha with the AJAX prototype framework and PHP.
Google's Closure Compiler Service API: Additional Features
In this eighth and final part of a series that explains the various features of Google's Closure Compiler Service API, you'll learn about a few features that didn't fit neatly into the discussions in the previous parts.
Installing Google Web Toolkit: Introducing the Google App Engine
Welcome to the second part of a series on Google Web Toolkit. In this part you'll learn how to handle the Google App Engine and deploy your project to a production server.
Google's Closure Compiler Service API: Displaying Warnings and Errors
This penultimate part of the series offers a quick overview of the debugging capabilities that the Closure Compiler Service API provides for free. Activating the API’s debugger is as easy as assigning the values “warnings” and “errors” to its “output_info” parameter.
Google's Closure Compiler Service API: Delivering Compiled Code in Different Formats
Google's Closure Compiler Service API: the ADVANCED_OPTIMIZATIONS Option
Google's Closure Compiler Service API: the SIMPLE_OPTIMIZATIONS Option
Google's Closure Compiler Service API: Talking to the API via a PHP Class
In this second part of the series, I develop a concrete PHP class derived from the abstract parent defined in the previous tutorial. This new class implements some refined methods that permit you to interact “face-to-face” with Google's Closure Compiler Service API in a pretty straightforward fashion.
Google's Closure Compiler Service API: Fundamentals
Installing Google Web Toolkit
PHP AJAX Form Validation
Many sites feature web forms to collect information from users. Unfortunately, these forms often provide a poor experience for the user, with predictable results. This article will show you how to make filling out web forms more fun (or at least less painful) for your users with the help of PHP and some AJAX magic.
Completing a User-Defined CSS Website with PHP
In the first part, you learned about CSS and some basic tips/techniques for using the slider to display colors. In this part, we will discuss how we are going to write our AJAX and PHP scripts to make our user-defined CSS website.