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Chyrp is a blogging engine designed to be very lightweight while retaining functionality. It is driven by PHP and MySQL (with some AJAX thrown in), and has a pimpin’ theme and module engine, so you can personalize it however you want.



24 ways: Edit-in-Place with Ajax

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Anyone who’s used Flickr to publish their photos will be familiar with the edit-in-place system used for quickly amending titles and descriptions on photographs. Hovering over an item turns its background yellow to indicate it is editable. A simple click loads the text into an edit box, right there on the page.

CakePHP : Rapid Development Framework - Trac

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The Cake is a lightweight framework written in PHP, based on the concepts used in Rails. It's primary goal is to rapidly create and maintain web applications of any kind and level of complexity.

mp3act - Streaming MP3 Jukebox AJAX Web Application

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The mp3act digital music system is designed to be a central location for your digital music collection and a means to easily organize and listen to your digital media through your stereo, over a local network, or anywhere in the world.

There and Back Again » Blog Archive » Improving JPSpan page load performance

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If you use JPSpan to augment a normal website you may have noticed that your page loads now take quite a bit longer. The reason for this is loading the JPSpan client javascript code, its generated on each load and so it can’t be cached on the client. - Horde and PHP consulting and development

Four proposals from students have been selected by Google for their Summer of Code program to be sponsored within the Horde Project

SAJAX - Simple Ajax Toolkit by ModernMethod - XMLHTTPRequest Toolkit for PHP

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Sajax is an open source tool to make programming websites using the Ajax framework — also known as XMLHTTPRequest or remote scripting — as easy as possible. Sajax makes it easy to call PHP, Perl or Python functions from your webpages via JavaScript without performing a browser refresh. The toolkit does 99% of the work for you so you have no excuse to not use it.