- How to Create Form Posts with Ajax
- Now that Ajax is becoming a standard for handling interactions on the Web it's time to use it to update form submissions. In this article you'll learn how to create a reusable Ajax process for all forms. The source code and a working demo is included. By Kris Hadlock. 0829
- In this article you'll learn how to prevent errors in your forms. This method validates the form and provides immediate feedback to the user. If the form has been correctly filled out, the submit button is enabled, if not, the button remains grayed out. By Kris Hadlock. 0822
- Doodle: Part 4, More Power To The User
- In previous issues, I kept the user experience somewhat spartan which allowed the application to be modified with a mimimum of effort. This time we add points, ellipses, bezier curves and look at a new application class called Control, which allows users to tell the Doodle application what shape they want to draw next. By Guyon Roche. 0404
- How to Create Remote Ajax Requests
- One of the most common questions about Ajax is whether it's possible to create remote or cross-domain Ajax requests. The answer is yes and this week you'll learn how to create an Ajax-enabled podcast aggregator with PHP and Ajax. By Kris Hadlock. 0328
- Widget Initialization Using JSON, HTML Custom Tags and XML files
- DHTML components or widgets exist all over the Internet as calendars, toolbars, menus, etc. This week you'll learn about configuring DHTML widgets, the pros and cons and programming techniques to avoid errors and speed up development time. By Nicolas Erlijman. 0117
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- Technical information and tutorials. From Microsoft.
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- Weekly how-tos and resources from About.com.
- Canned scripts, tips and tricks, and links to JS info around the world. From WebDeveloper.com, another part of the internet.com family of sites.
- All about Web development and programming. Rather than simple "cut and paste" listings, you'll find detailed articles on client and server side coding. Supports W3C standards. By Mike Hall.
- Dynamic Drive
- Free DHTML sripts and components for your Web site. Frequently updated.
- Tutorials, code, and discussion. Constantly updated for new material and revisions.