Monday, December 3rd, 2007

Really Simple History 0.6 Released!

Category: Ajax

If you’ve never heard of Really Simple History, it was one of the first bookmarking and browser history implementations available for Ajax applications.

Really Simple History is a lightweight JavaScript library for the management of bookmarking and browser history in Ajax/DHTML applications.

It was originally developed by Brad Neuberg and Brian Dillard recently took over development of Really Simple History and has been working feverishly on getting out a new release for the masses. Today, Brian announced that Really Simple History v0.6 is ready to go and available for download.

Get the full scoop about this release as well as some future enhancement at Brian’s site.

Posted by Rey Bango at 10:35 am
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I highly recommend RSH. I’ve tried the YUI history manager and a jQuery history plugin but neither worked as smoothly as RSH.

Comment by jkkramer — December 3, 2007

Can I get a tutorial or a case study here? The test page and wiki really don’t tell me what I need to know. Google’s got very little in the way of example implementations.

Comment by Marty — December 6, 2007

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