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March 2006

Creating a MySQL connection with PHP/AJAX at John Wiseman

by bcpbcp & 5 others (via)
In this tutorial I will explain how to open a mysql database connection using PHP and the all popular AJAX. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how the XMLHttpRequest object works within php and the advantages of using it. This tutorial will be the first in a series of articles leading to the development of a fully functional dynamic web events application.

February 2006

Yahoo Ajax Library

by bcpbcp
This is cool for all you Ajax developers out there. Yahoo has released their own Ajax user interface library under the BSD license. This is the companion code to their Design Pattern Library.

January 2006

Ajax Blog - LinkFeed - Another AJAXed HomePage !

by bcpbcp
LinkedFeed is an automated and customizable information social network. The more you use it, the most accurate news it brings to you and people sharing your interests.

November 2005

October 2005

The Mouse Whisperer - Ajax (XMLHTTPRequest) Tutorial

by jl2k5 & 2 others (via)
Page update without refresh using Javascript, PHP and XML's XMLHTTPRequest object (also known as 'remote scripting')

Official Google Blog: Guess what just turned 34?

by bcpbcp & 1 other
It provided a fast and dynamic interface from web browsers everywhere, popularizing the techniques that have since become known as AJAX.

The Mouse Whisperer - Ajax (XMLHTTPRequest) Tutorial

by bcpbcp & 2 others
Page update without refresh using Javascript, PHP and XML's XMLHTTPRequest object (also known as 'remote scripting')

Functioning Form - AJAX Dialog Windows

by bcpbcp
Though we might not be seeing the death of the “page” in Web sites just yet, technologies like AJAX do enable Web-based interface designs to incorporate dynamic functionality within smaller, modular UI elements.

XMLHttpRequest Usability Guidelines | Baekdal.com

by bcpbcp & 19 others
XMLHttpRequest is becoming more and more popular, and many people are currently exploring what we could do with it. Unfortunately this also causes people to reinvent old and forgotten usability problems.

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