Monday, June 12th, 2006

50 Ajax Reference Websites from Around the World

Category: Articles, Examples, Programming

Max Kiesler is back with another great (long) list today – this time, it’s a great look at some of the best Ajax resources from around the world (and no, I’m not just saying that because we’re on it). He’s listed fifty of them, and in more than just English too.

As a consistent devotee of the AJAX scene over the past year or so I have hundreds of feeds in my reader. Recently, I’ve had several email requests from readers requesting to know what AJAX websites I visit daily. While I visit any title that interest me, these are the sites I go to consistently.

Included in the list are:

As always, he’s always welcome to additions to the list – it’s all about sharing as much information as we can with everyone that needs it, and providing these resources is a great way to start.

Posted by Chris Cornutt at 7:08 am
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Wow, it’s an honor to be listed here :)

Comment by Massimo — June 12, 2006

I am trying to create an interface that would automatically fill out text fields in a standard form found on a browser. Typical stuff like first name, last, URL, address, email blah blah. In other words, I want to automate what I would normally do have to do manually. I don’t have the faintest idea as to how to go about doing this, but am determined to find a resource that I can learn from. Can you direct me to a site or to some kind of reading material that would perhaps address this action? Thanks.

Paul

Comment by Paul — June 12, 2006

AJAX References

From Ajaxian, I discovered a nice resource from Max Kiesler, entitled 50 AJAX Reference Websites From Around the World. This would seem to be a good list for budding AJAX developers, (pretty much everyone out there, since AJAX is relatively new), it&#…

Trackback by unitstep.net — June 12, 2006

I dont appreciate it, I tried several links, and most of them were not active. What’s the different between 50 or 500000000000 references? No body want to read them.

1 or 2 GOOD references is enough for a human being.

Max Kiesler’s website just so much links.

Comment by chenggn — June 13, 2006

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