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These tutorials all relate to Ajax (short for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML). It involves using a number of existing technologies together, including (X)HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, JavaScript, the Document Object Model, XML, XSLT, and the XMLHttpRequest object. When these technologies are combined in the Ajax model, Web applications are able to make quick, incremental updates to the user interface without reloading the entire browser page.

  • Ajax from Scratch: Implementing Mutual Exclusion in JavaScript
    Bruce Wallace Mar 16, 2006

    Learn how to keep your XMLHttpRequests from colliding with your rich Internet applications.

  • Ajax: Getting Started
    Mar 16, 2006

    This article guides you through the Ajax basics and gives you two simple hands-on examples to get you started.

  • Guide to Using Ajax and XMLHttpRequest
    Bill Bercik Mar 16, 2006

    The XMLHttpRequest object is a handy JavaScript object that offers a convenient way for Web pages to get information from servers without refreshing themselves. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate through a series of baby steps just how easy it is to use the XMLHttpRequest object

  • Rasmus' 30 second Ajax Tutorial
    Mar 16, 2006

    Lots of people have been using similar things long before it became "Ajax". And it really isn’t as complicated as a lot of people make it out to be. Here is a simple example from one of Rasmus' apps.

  • AdvancedAJAX 1.0
    Lukasz Lach Mar 7, 2006

    AdvancedAJAX is a JavaScript object allowing to use XMLHttpRequest object easier and speeding up development of Ajax based projects. It consists a bound of methods helping creating queries, error handling, usage with HTML forms as well as connection timeouts and reconnecting.

  • Getting Started with Ajax
    Aaron Gustafson Mar 7, 2006

    This is a two-part tutorial on starting with Ajax. The first part of the article is using Ajax using the DOM innerHTML and the second part using nodes from XML.

  • How to Auto Include a JavaScript File
    Mark Kahn Mar 2, 2006

    Many developers have a large library of JavaScript code at their fingertips that they developed, their collegues developed, or that they've pieced together from scripts all over the Internet. Have you ever thought that it would be nice to not have to search through all those files just to find that one function? This article will show you how to dynamically include any JavaScript file, at runtime, by simply calling a function in that file!

  • Using Ajax from Perl
    Dominic Mitchell Mar 2, 2006

    You could spend a lot of time figuring out all the pieces of JavaScript on the client side and Perl on the server side in order to work out how to use Ajax in your code. Thankfully, there's already a module on CPAN to take the pain out it: CGI::Ajax.

  • Using XML: A PHP Developer's Primer: Part 2
    Adam Delves Mar 2, 2006

    In the first part of this series, we looked at how PHP 5 can be used to manipulate and parse XML files. In this installment, we're going to focus on Ajax, one of the most useful and topical applications of XML.

  • Ajax Username Availability Checking
    MD Groves Feb 24, 2006

    The goal of this Ajax example is to allow a user who is registering for your site to see if the username they want to use is taken already or not, without having to submit a form and reload the page.

  • Alternate Ajax Techniques
    Nicholas C. Zakas Feb 24, 2006

    By now, nearly everyone who works in Web development has heard of the term 'Ajax.' Most articles on Ajax have focused on using XMLHttp as the means to achieving such communication but there are other methods, which are explored in this series of articles.

  • Building a Shopping Cart using Script.aculo.us
    Alax Lessons Feb 24, 2006

    In this workshop you'll be building a shopping cart that’s Ajax powered. This will be a drag and drop shopping cart using the Script.aculo.us JavaScript library. You will also be using PHP on the back end to store the user’s shopping cart in sessions.

  • Building Tabbed Content
    Alax Lessons Feb 24, 2006

    In this workshop, you'll be building a tabbed content browser that's Ajax powered. Whenever a user clicks a tab the script will communicate with the server and send back the appropriate data for that tab.

  • How to Develop Web Applications with Ajax
    Jonathan Fenocchi Feb 24, 2006

    In the past, Web applications were limited because a Web page had to be reloaded (or another page loaded in its place) in order for new data to be obtained. Recently, a new method, known as "Ajax" (Asynchronous Javascript and XML applications) asynchronously retrieves XML data via JavaScript. Ajax will allow you to take your Web applications to the next level.

  • Implementing Ajax Using ASP.NET 1.1
    Ian Suttle Feb 24, 2006

    Ajax is an acronym that stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. Ajax gains its popularity by allowing data on a page to be dynamically updated without having to make the browser reload the page. Is Ajax a new technology?

  • Roaming through XMLDOM: An Ajax Prerequisite
    Jayaram Krishnaswamy Feb 24, 2006

    The twin tasks of the XMLHttp are handling the HTTP request, and then processing the XML response. In this article, we look at XMLDOM in some detail before calling the XML document.

  • XMLHttpRequest and Ajax for PHP Programmers
    James Kassemi Feb 24, 2006

    Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, or Ajax is a method of sending and receiving data (usually XML) from a server-side application through javascript. Learn more about Ajax now!

  • Ajax: What is it Good For?
    Eddie Traversa Feb 21, 2006

    Very interesting Ajax tutorial with some history and commentary. If you're looking for information regarding the foundation of Ajax, don't miss this tutorial.

  • Building a Drag-and-Drop Shopping Cart with Ajax
    Joe Danziger Feb 21, 2006

    In this article, you'll create an interactive shopping experience allowing you to add items to the shopping basket by dragging and dropping them onto an icon of a shopping cart. You'll add Ajax functionality, allowing you to update our shopping cart without redrawing the entire screen.

  • Advanced Requests and Responses in Ajax
    Brett McLaughlin Feb 14, 2006

    Brett McLaughlin shows you the different status codes and demonstrate how browsers handle each and showcases the lesser-used HTTP requests that you can make with Ajax.

  • Ajax Basics & Building a Simple E-mail Verification With prototype.js
    Alax Lessons Feb 14, 2006

    This workshop will cover the basics of Ajax, what Ajax is and when it should be used.

  • Ajax Design Patterns
    Christian Decker Feb 14, 2006

    Excellent tutorial on how to build an Ajax-powered Web site, with dynamic page loads.

  • Three Practical Uses For Ajax
    Mitchell Harper Feb 14, 2006

    In this article I'm going to show you three simple and practical uses for Ajax on your Web site. You'll need to know a bit of HTML, JavaScript, and PHP to follow along, but I'll do my best to explain everything in simple terms so you don't get lost.

  • Ajax Tutorial with Prototype
    Pete Freitag Dec 13, 2005

    This is an example of a good use of Ajax, and at the same time keeps it simple. It is a zip code verifier. As soon as the person enters the zip code it makes a request to the server to see if the zip code is in the database, and returns the city and state.

  • Ajax RSS Reader Step by Step Tutorial
    Nov 30, 2005

    This Ajax reader is written in JavaScript only. Itrequests a backend URL on the same server then displays the feed.