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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/
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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.
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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.
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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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    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.
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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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    Great to see the Response from people , Added to this dont forget to read ajax tutorial from w3schools.com, the tutorial is really a good one for even starter and if you read it for 2 times, u can grab more things out of it
    example

    Response Status which is very very improtant for AJAX
    0-- The request is not initialized
    1-- The request has been set up
    2-- The request has been sent
    3-- The request is in process
    4-- The request is complete

    with this in later stages you can play around the code ..

    after that ... i preffer Prototype javascript Framework .. which is really really a simple to use with and play with ..

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    miniajax.com has some fine ajax script and full details of their development
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    great links. ajaxian.com usually has some information about ajax scripting.

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    Nice links there...
    I already tried to start learning some ajax, but i don't have time for that...

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    ajax.asp.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shai-Soft View Post
    AJAX is built on the JAVA language for the J2EE architecture?
    No, AJAX uses Javascript on the browser side, and then can use any language (PHP, ASP, Java, etc.) on the server side to process the requests. AJAX stands for "Asynchronous JavaScript and XML".
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    AJAX is one of the best web technology, I believe if someone wants to learn AJAX or every any technology such as php, ASP, ASP.Net, etc. visit w3school.com

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    Great share thank you so much

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    Very useful resources! I have been looking for tutorials on AJAX since last few months. BTW, is AJAX easy to learn?


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    Excellent. Thank you very much.

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    Great Resource!

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    Wow man thnx for the start off really appreciate it I was trying to learn Ajax I think this might help thnx a lot

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    Learning Ajax is entirely interesting. More and more ajax tips, code snippets, scripts and tutorials can be found at Hscripts.com an excellent webmaster resource. Not only ajax you could learn all web technologies at one place.

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    Learning ajax has become obsolete. Stick with jquery and you don't have to mess with the whole cross browser mess.
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    Nice tutorial and documentation. Welly played young jedi Thanks for not being a thieve and posting these up here like you wrote them and taking credit. Posting the actual links was the best thing you could have done. Again, thanks for these.

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