Wednesday, July 5th, 2006

uniAjax: an ajax framework focused on browser support

Category: Ajax, JavaScript, Library

Andreas Kalsch wanted an Ajax framework that could run on nearly all of the browsers out there, so he created uniAjax. Tactics for browser compatibility is dropping down to iframes as other frameworks do. Example Here is an example that makes a simple ajax request and shoves in the result to a div: < View Read the rest…

Posted by Dion Almaer at 9:12 am

3.6 rating from 53 votes

Monday, July 3rd, 2006

Json.NET: Library to help with .NET – JS communication

Category: .NET, JavaScript, Library

James Newton-King has released a new library Json.NET that aims to provide JSON .NET API for simply and safely reading and writing valid JSON text. At the core of Json.NET, similar to the .NET XML APIs, are two classes: JsonReader and JsonWriter. Also like XML in .NET, Json.NET includes a JsonSerializer class. Reading JSON < Read the rest…

Posted by Dion Almaer at 9:14 am

3.8 rating from 62 votes ajax driven user content

Category: Showcase

eefoof is a new project that offers a user-submitted content site similar to YouTube, Google Video, AlbinoBlackSheep, etc, except we share ad revenue with content submitters. Users earn a portion of the site’s ad revenue based on how much traffic their submission(s) receives. Ajax comes into play heavily for the media galleries on the site. Read the rest…

Posted by Dion Almaer at 9:10 am

2.7 rating from 63 votes

Saturday, July 1st, 2006

Similie: Draggable Timelines

Category: UI

Similie is a neat way to view timeline data. Instead of paginating, it offers a continuous strip which you can drag back and forth with your mouse, a la Google Maps. It’s open-source from MIT. You only have to point the widget at an XML date file: <event start="Apr 01 1883 00:00:00 GMT" end="May 01 Read the rest…

Posted by Michael Mahemoff at 1:54 am

4.2 rating from 55 votes

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