Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005

Audible Ajax: Episode 8, State of Ajax

Category: Podcasts

<>p>In our eigth show, we discuss the state of ajax for the week November 14th. This includes discusing new framework news for Script.aculo.us and MochiKit, gotchas with the XHR object, the place for modal dialogs on the web, the W3C working groups, Ajax on the mobile, and much more.

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 11:09 am
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Hey.

At the end of the podcast you mentioned a bookmarklet that’s kind of an inverted DOM inspector with a mouseover.

Sounded cool but you NEVER told us the name :)

Whats the name and do you have a URL?

Kevin

Comment by Kevin Burton — November 23, 2005

Don’t know if I misunderstood this, but the so called “inverted DOM Inspector (DOMi)” can be done as well using the DOMi.

Simply click on the icon to the left of the “find a node” icon and then click on any element on the page and it will focus that elment in the DOM tree. Pretty simple huh?

Comment by José Jeria — January 13, 2006

your background music in your podcast is very annoying

Comment by anyone — January 26, 2006

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