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Here you will find the best of best Ajax Tutorials like,ajax dynamiclist,ajax lightbox,mootools,jquery,ajax with ruby on rails,ajax with asp.net.

AJAX Client-Server Communication Tutorials

  1. Alternate Ajax Techniques, Part 1 - This tutorial tackles other Ajax techniques aside from XMLHttp as the means to describe the client-server communication.
  2. Dynamic HTML and XML: The XMLHttpRequest Object - This tutorial tackles the steps of retrieving and submitting XML data directly through XMLHttpRequest object in the background.
  3. Guide to Using XMLHttpRequest - This tutorial provides the steps in using XMLHttpRequest with php and nysql.
  4. Make Asynchronous Requests with JavaScript and Ajax - This tutorial tackles the most fundamental and the basic of all Ajax-related objects and programming approaches, the XMLHttpRequest object.
  5. Instant Tutorial - This tutorial shows how Ajax allows you to make a call to an http server get its content and load them into your existing page without having to refresh the whole page.
  6. Advanced Requests and Response in AJAXR - This tutorial will show you the different status codes and demonstrate how browsers handle each and showcase the lesser used HTTP requests that you can make with Ajax. continue

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In this tutorial I will be showing you how to create a style switcher using jQuery and PHP. The end result

will be an unobtrusive & entirely degradable dynamic style switcher which will be quick and easy to implement.

Step 1: The HTML

First, we need to create our basic HTML file and save it as index.php: continue

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When Google first unveiled GMail, then GMaps, a firestorm of interest and activity was generated — not just in those Google applications, but the technologies that powered them.

These web programming techniques (now, of course, known collectively as AJAX) have become incredibly popular, especially among Web 2.0 startups and their early adopters.

The developers of Ruby on Rails recognized early on that allowing RoR developers to easily AJAX-ify their webapps would be a great addition to the framework.

With the addition of RJS Templates to Rails core, the AJAX bar was lowered even further.

Simple AJAX requests like incrementing the number of diggs a story has received, or splicing a comment into a blog, are remarkably fast, not to mention user friendly. continue

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Useful AJAX Tutorials

Build an AJAX-Powered Shopping Cart
NETTUTS shows us how to build an AJAX-powered shopping cart using PHP, jQuery and some plug-ins.


AJAX Username Availability Checker Using MooTools 1.2
When allowing a user to register a username, you can use AJAX with MooTools to let them check the availability of the username being submitted. continue

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OpenX Technologies, has announced that the company has experienced significant growth across itshttp://www.openx.org/sites/all/themes/openx3/images/logo_openx.png various product lines and in the size of its publisher community. As of December 2008, more than 300 billion ad impressions now run through OpenX’s open source software monthly. In addition, the company’s recently launched OpenX Hosted (Saas Version of OpenX) product has already achieved a more than 1 billion monthly ad impression run rate and generated 2,500 new publisher sign-ups, while the newest version of its core OpenX Ad Server has more than 10,000 active downloads and has achieved a 25 billion monthly ad impression run rate. The company also announced that the OpenX community now has more than 35,000 total publishers, a 25% year-to-date increase, and those publishers power more than 150,000 websites across the Internet. continue

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We’ve selected scripts of impressive slideshows, lightboxes and galleries you can use for effective presentations of your images.

  • Minishowcase
    Minishowcase is a small and simple php/javascript online photo gallery, powered by AJAX/JSON that lets you put easily your images in an online gallery, without having to configure databases or changing and customising code (though you may do it if you feel so) allowing to have an up-and-running gallery in a few minutes. continue

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This an article about installation D-Link DWA-100 Wireless Drive at Ubuntu Linux.

Download File rt73

Installation instructions for the Legacy rt73 http://images.us.ciao.com/ius/images/products/normal/271/product-10105271.jpgmodule
Build Instructions

1. Unpack the driver sources and go to the Module directory:
$ tar -xvzf rt73-cvs-daily.tar.gz
$ cd ./rt73-cvs-YYYYMMDDHH/Module

2. Compile the driver sources:
$ make

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How to install ruby on rails?

Ok, so this will basically be somewhat a repeat of the information made by Curt Hibbs in this great hands-on tutorial. However, the versions of all products changed from the time Curt made his tutorial, and in some areas I felt that additional description was required. So, in this tutorial you’ll get a step-by-step instructions on installing Rails on Windows 2000 Server (Windows XP would be very similar).

In order to have a fully working development environment, you can use your PC. You will need to install:

  • Ruby - the language
  • Ruby Gems - the plug-in manager for Ruby
  • Scite or FreeRIDE - IDE for Ruby
  • MySQL - the database
  • MySQL query builder / MySQL admin tools - GUI to create databases, add users and create tables
  • Rails Framework continue

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Beginning Rails is the practical starting point for anyone wanting to learn how to build dynamic web applications using the Rails framework for Ruby. You’ll learn how all of the components of Rails fit together and how you can leverage them to create sophisticated web applications with less code and more joy.

This book is particularly well suited to those with little or no experience with web application development, or who have some experience but are new to Rails. Beginning Rails assumes basic familiarity with web terms and technologies, but doesn’t require you to be an expert. continue

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Short for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP, an open-source Web development platform, also called a Web stack, that uses Linux as the operating system, Apache as the Web server, MySQL as the RDBMS and PHP as the object-oriented scripting language. Perl or Python is often substituted for PHP.

The key to the idea behind LAMP, a term originally coined by Michael Kunze in the German magazine c’t in 1998, is the use of these items together. Although not actually designed to work together, these open source software alternatives are readily and freely available as each of the components in the LAMP stack is an example of Free or Open Source Software (FOSS).

LAMP has become a de facto development standard. Today, the products that make up the LAMP stack are included by default in nearly all Linux distributions, and together they make a powerful web application platform.


Short for BSD, Apache, MySQL, Perl/Python/PHP BAMP is an open source Web development platform that is a variation to the LAMP stack. BAMP uses BSD as the operating system, Apache as the Web server, MySQL as continue

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