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    AJAX: getting started

    There have been so many questions regarding AJAX that I thought I would post these links as good references for helping people start out.

    First here is a Mozilla site which is how I got started. I think It lays things out in a nice clear manner.
    http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs...etting_Started

    Another good reference is IBM. They released a 5 part series on AJAX. The later parts get into the DOM for some more advanced features. I have not gone through this one in detail however it looks really good.
    Part 1: http://www-128.ibm.com/developerwork...jaxintro1.html
    part 2: http://www-128.ibm.com/developerwork...wa-ajaxintro2/
    Part 3: http://www-128.ibm.com/developerwork...wa-ajaxintro3/
    Part 4: http://www-128.ibm.com/developerwork...wa-ajaxintro4/
    Part 5: http://www-128.ibm.com/developerwork...wa-ajaxintro5/
    My site: redclaw.ca

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    Great resource . Thanks.
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    Second that, it's a great resource. Just started learning about ajax!

    Thanks.

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    I'm glad some people have found this helpful.

    Please leave a comment if you found this useful (or if not) and / or links to any other good tutorials which you have found.
    My site: redclaw.ca

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    Thanks for making this selection for us (and for me in particular! heheh)

    Thank you

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    Found these in my bookmarks
    h--p://www(dot)ajaxlessons(dot)com/category/lessons/
    h--p://www(dot)dynamicdrive(dot)com - some specific ajax tweeks

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    Great resources if you're just getting started with AJAX. I've got a few of my own but I don't have 5 posts yet so I can't link them.

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    After 1 week searching for Ajax, I found the attached file the simplest for beginners...
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    You can also try out Microsoft AJAX component, they named it Atlas http://atlas.asp.net, very useful resources there.

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    Someone in the main forum asked for a book so I thought I would add the info I posted in reply to this thread also.

    The following book got a good review on slashdot. Below is the slashdot and Amazon (Canada) link for the book.
    http://books.slashdot.org/books/05/1...49.shtml?tid=6
    http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/1932...lance&n=916520
    My boss bought that book and seems to like it. I have not looked at it much.
    My site: redclaw.ca

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    Thanks, I have been thinking about trying to learn AJAX for a while and this should help me get started.

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    thanks for the resources they helped so much!

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    Yeh, I've been going to learn AJAX for ages - but I never go 'round to it. These are some good resources, maybe I will finally start learning .

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    Very nice, I will add those to my script site. Thanks

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    Superb.. Excellent resourse..!!! AJAX - Latest revolution in Web Technology

    It really useful..
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    Bleh, I hate the term AJAX, but anywho. W3Schools has a good cut throat AJAX example that will really show you the basics of what it really is.

    Link
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    I have a PHP4 version of SAJAX with example code here:
    http://www.avidbeauty.com/code/

    Click on the forum link for a PHP5 OOP version.
    "It's hard to dance if you just lost your wallet. Whoa! Where's my wallet? But, hey this song is funky." - Mitch Hedberg

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    Hi

    Thanks a lot.

    Its been a useful tutorial and helped a lot.

    Thank you once again

    Bye

    Geetanjali

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    wow, just what I needed, thanks

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    http :// script.aculo.us <= if you don't really wanna learn it, but you wanna use it.

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    Wow. This will really help me out. Thank you.
    I always wanted to learn about AJAX.

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    Question

    AJAX is built on the JAVA language for the J2EE architecture?

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    Nice resource

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    Just read some of these, there really great!

    Thanks

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