30 AJAX Tutorials For Smart Web Developers

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Here is a complete package of AJAX Tutorials Web Developer, Ajax is a short form Synchronous JavaScript and XML is a set of methods that are used by many modern and popular web sites. Ajax providing web developers with verbosity options, the practice of searching to improve and expand the presentation of their Web sites in recent years there have been more immersed in the development of rich Internet applications.

Web developers of new technologies that enrich the user is forced to vote the post with some examples of the functionality of Ajax, his voice can be recorded without reloading the page. Web designers can use a tool for further development, if we already know about JavaScript, HTML, CSS and XML, you have to spend a few coins to start learning AJAX.

1. Ajax Username Availability Checker Using MooTools 1.2

There are many examples of blatant use Ajax there, but over time, although you will find a great use of Ajax. A great use of the identifier is the availability checker. Why should the user submit the form if you can use Ajax to let them know when they will be available immediately; Heres how you can apply a correct user name comes with MooTools 1.2.

2. Ajax and XML: Ajax for tables

You will see many techniques with both Ajax and there is no evidence that the change to free access to the design of the user experience. Start with the simplest example of the Ajax user experience, the tabs down box.

3. Introducing the ASP.NET Ajax Frameworks

Ajax is a popular technique used in many ways the World Wide Web. It has become the technology of choice for creating user interfaces fast and responsive. This article gives a brief overview of the characteristics of some of the most common framework for ASP.NET AJAX.

4. How To: AJAXify WordPress Comment Posting

I’ll show you how to comments with AJAX client side JavaScript Form Validation, comments on your WordPress blog step by step, that the project should allow more versions of WordPress

5. Ajax and XML: Ajax for chat

The developers talk a lot about the community will come when the term Web 2.0. And if you think it is or is not hype, the idea of involving customers or your readers in a conversation about current issues at hand or the products they sell are quite convincing. But how we get there? Is a chat window on the same page with a list of your products so that your customers can install any software or even the Adobe Flash Player; Sure! It showed you can make with all free, off-the-standard tools such as PHP, MySQL, DHTML (Dynamic HTML), Ajax, Prototype.js and added.

6. How To Create An Amazing jQuery Style Switcher

This tutorial will show you how to create a style switcher using jQuery and PHP. The end result is a discrete switcher and degradable dynamic style applied quickly and easily.

7. Introduction to the Raphael JS Library

It will introduce some key design features, a look at the animation, DOM and eventually allow access by creating a cool widget for your site

8. Creating a Dynamic Poll with jQuery and PHP

When you combine a specific functionality courtesy of PHP with the cleverness of jQuery you can get some pretty cool results. In this tutorial, we’ll make a poll using PHP and XHTML, then use some jQuery Ajax effects to eliminate the need to refresh the page and give it a good piece of animation.

9. RSS Ajax JavaScript ticker

This tutorial will show you how to combine RSS, Ajax, JavaScript to create a live ticker RSS. Thank you for Ajax, the conventional roles of server side programming and client-side with the application as such as JavaScript, and not vice versa PHP is used to treat a large part of the project, including analysis of the RSS file

10. Create a Dynamic Scrolling Content Box Using AJAX

If you use Google Reader, so we could show the way data feed from Google Reader, its initial load when you click one and you scroll down the list until you have seen the light of other evidence, we More information dynamically and added to the list

11. Create a shoutbox using PHP and AJAX (with jQuery)

We learn how to build a momentum-based AJAX shoutbox with jQuery from scratch. It is very interesting to learn how to use the jQuery AJAX function and how it can be used to insert and retrieve data from a MySQL database with PHP asynchronous.

12. Building your first Ajax application with PHP

In this series of articles will focus on the development of the site, focusing primarily on the server using the language PHP, but I do not exclude the possibility that a crack in the Python and Ruby, ASP.NET / C # mono or as something else. This series is also available in JavaScript on the client side, and we will use XHTML labeling for all.

13. How To Build Quick and Simple AJAX Forms with JSON Responses

In this lesson we go through the steps to create a form of AJAX, which will return a response JSON is used to display the success / error messages. We use and JQuery Jquery form a plug to make this process quick and painless.

14. Vista-like Ajax Calendar version 2

Vista-like Ajax Calendar (vlaCalendar) version 2, unobtrusive web version of the working day and low taskbar Windows Vista, the Framework MooTools JavaScript, Ajax, XHTML, CSS and PHP.

15. Create an In-Place Editing System

In this lesson, learn how to create one found editing system in place, as in popular sites like Flickr.

16. How to Code a Fun To-Do List With PHP and AJAX

In this tutorial we will work with various technologies. In short, we create a list of tasks in asynchronous mode, allowing you or your users to create, update and delete. To fulfill our mission, we will work with PHP and JQuery functions AJAX. I think you can not find it as difficult as it may seem at first think. I’ll show you exactly how!

17. AJAX Multiple File Upload Form Using jQuery

Ability to upload multiple files simultaneously, which are necessary for Web applications, but the administration will increase with the number of input fields file is somewhat tedious and long. But thanks to JQuery, which we can simplify this task. Today I was Ajaxified multiple files upload form that uses less code on the server side, creating, and offers a very nice interface.

18. 8 Ajax Data Controls and Effects to Work with Tables

I was wandering around the various projects associated with HTML tables and data management. To achieve the proper table of the user for their web projects.

19. Ajax Forms with jQuery

There are so many different JavaScript frameworks out there, but in recent years with JQuery, and I like it. Not only the library significantly less than others, but it’s so easy to use. I wanted to show how easy it is on a regular basis in the form of “Ajax is a set.

20. Making an Ajax PHP Watermarker Script

In this article  will show how to make scripts PHP AJAX Watermarker. So all must do what the user can select a file in folder, type your watermark in the watermark and text at once with Ajax.

21. Use jQuery and ASP.NET AJAX to build a client side Repeater

You can only send data to the client, a deep reduction in what you send and see significant performance gains. It is also possible to easily add features such as low birth weight sorting and paging on the client. This can not only improve the user experience, but reduce server load and bandwidth requirements.

22. Ajax for Java developers: Build dynamic Java applications

Refresh the page to cycle represents one of the biggest usability obstacles in Web application development and is a major challenge for developers of Java ™. In this series, author Philip McCarthy is an innovative approach to creating dynamic Web application experiences. AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) technology is a programming language that allows you to integrate technology Java, XML, Java and JavaScript for Web applications that break the paradigm of reloading the page.

23.Using the Prototype JavaScript library and script.aculo.us

If you are developing Web applications these days, you are on the development of Ajax. Ajax is not something unusual, that you put in their application in specific cases. It has become an integral part of web development. For some proposals with Ajax is a sensitive issue. Cross-browser limitations to deal with writing a lot of complicated JavaScript, and learning about magic numeric codes in JavaScript, which were just some of the problems facing developers of Ajax. Fortunately, there are several open source JavaScript libraries now to make things much easier. In this first article of a three-part series, creating Ajax applications for managing songs using the Prototype JavaScript library and script.aculo.us.

24.Ajax security tools

Some vulnerabilities in Ajax applications so that hackers can cause damage to your applications odor. Identity theft, unauthorized access to confidential information are the browser crashes, a reduction in Web applications, and denial of service attacks are just some of the possible disasters Ajax applications can be vulnerable to the development and protection when creating Ajax capabilities into their applications. Regular DeveloperWorks author Judith Myerson suggests some wider use of tools, including Firefox and accessories, which are used to improve and fix security problems in applications, AJAX.

25. PHP components: Autosuggest

For all beginners Ajax (the easiest to implement only 8Kb) and all you need to do is change some settings. Check this post for more information.

26. Creating An Amazing jQuery Style Switcher with Ajax Techniques

This tutorial shows how to create a style Selector with JQuery and PHP. The end result is a discrete and fully biodegradable Switcher dynamic style that implement quickly and easily.

27. Easy Ajax with jQuery

Ajax is changing web applications, giving them an answer that goes beyond the desktop is not known. But behind all the hype was not a lot is not Ajax – (X) HTML, JavaScript and XML, new, and in this tutorial, I show how the process of adding Ajax to your application further with the simplification of JQuery, a popular library of JavaScript.

28. AutoCompleter Tutorial – jQuery(Ajax)/PHP/MySQL

I thought I’d write this tutorial because most of the applications I have seen a complete car, just dump the code in the Zip file and tell you how to use it instead of how and why this works, you know that it can adapt to much more (it was with other applications, which I wrote) found!

29. Auto-populating Select Boxes using jQuery & AJAX

If you are familiar with using the box to select the categories and subcategories, such as eBay is not selling any item, usually a large amount of JavaScript can help you choose the fields that are required, but JQuery can greatly simplify this task by the touch of AJAX.

30. Using Ajax to Validate Forms

Form of a general Internet, so we believe them without a mistake is much more about it. However, if your site has some nice touches added that this process easier, seeks to accelerate the process and avoid disappointment in the achievement of our users’ preferences (for example, try to get the name using Hotmail!).

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Yanuar Prisantoso is a 25 year old web developer in Onebitmedia, he has experience in the web design and  web development industry and posts articles and very interested about jQuery and interactive on his blog, Denbagus. You can follow on Twitter or contact him through his website.

20 Comments Best Comments First
  • SM

    Tuesday, February 9th, 2010 11:22

    15

    Good collection! Thanks for sharing

    +3
  • Andreyco

    Friday, February 5th, 2010 17:28

    8

    this is cool!
    thanks a lot. I still have to learn a lot with AJAX :)

    +1
  • Ploeg

    Friday, February 5th, 2010 10:46

    7

    … “Ajax is a short form Synchronous JavaScript and XML” …

    Shame on you ;) Must be Asynchronous ofcourse…!

    +1
  • Jim Hanifen

    Friday, February 5th, 2010 01:02

    2

    This is a great list, many real world uses here. Thanks!

    0
  • Sebastian Senf

    Thursday, February 4th, 2010 20:12

    1

    Handy list, thanks for that.

    If you want to extend it check out ‘The jQuery Cross-Domain Ajax Guide’ here http://usejquery.com/posts/9/the-jquery-cross-domain-ajax-guide

    0
  • Shawn K.

    Friday, February 5th, 2010 04:01

    6

    Nice collection to get anyone started!

    I write my own AJAX and scripts, but it’s always nice to see what’s out there.
    I hope to have a couple websites completed and running on my own web framework pretty soon. :)

    0
  • Max

    Thursday, February 4th, 2010 19:04

    3

    Great list, Yanuar! Read some of the tutorials before! But some of them were new for me! Thanks for this work.

    0
  • Matthew Heidenreich

    Friday, February 5th, 2010 06:14

    4

    great list! Thanks for this share. Very useful.

    0
  • denbagus

    Friday, February 5th, 2010 10:35

    5

    thank you 1stwebdesigner readers for your good feedback…

    0
    • Dainis Graveris

      Saturday, February 6th, 2010 12:58

      9

      Thank you for putting this together! :)

      0
  • wparena

    Saturday, February 6th, 2010 10:28

    10

    Useful, If you are familiar with Ajax, and very helpful for students

    0
  • shin

    Saturday, February 6th, 2010 10:58

    11

    http://www.okadadesign.no/blog/?p=518 has “Ajax Todo List system with Codeigniter”

    0
  • wptidbits

    Wednesday, February 24th, 2010 08:27

    18

    Yea. Even in electronics terms side, both have very different meaning. This is consider a typo error. Might be corrected by the author. Anyway, this is a very useful post. Some are already familiar with. Keep up the good post like this.

    0
  • David Bradley

    Monday, March 15th, 2010 18:07

    19

    I love me some ajax. <3

    0
  • Drawney

    Wednesday, October 26th, 2011 14:02

    20

    A lot of the descriptive texts above are more or less gibberish and look like they are random combinations of parts taken from different and unrelated sentences.
    Maybe a database error?
    Anyway, you may want to correct this because it leaves a rather unprofessional impression.

    0
  • pjammer

    Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010 21:01

    17

    In your first sentence you say “Ajax is a short form **Synchronous** JavaScript and XML is a set of methods that are used by many modern and popular web sites.”…. but it should be “Asynchronous”.

    Not to be pedantic or anything, but those two word do mean vastly different things.

    0
  • Brian R. Cline

    Wednesday, February 17th, 2010 22:54

    16

    Thank you for taking the time to put together these resources in one easy to find blog post.

    0
  • vector graffiti

    Saturday, February 6th, 2010 14:10

    12

    Nice collection thanks

    0
  • Jordan Walker

    Monday, February 8th, 2010 17:41

    14

    A very nice collection of resources that greatly enhance usability.

    0
  • Drawney

    Wednesday, October 26th, 2011 14:02

    20

    A lot of the descriptive texts above are more or less gibberish and look like they are random combinations of parts taken from different and unrelated sentences.
    Maybe a database error?
    Anyway, you may want to correct this because it leaves a rather unprofessional impression.

    0
  • David Bradley

    Monday, March 15th, 2010 18:07

    19

    I love me some ajax. <3

    0
  • wptidbits

    Wednesday, February 24th, 2010 08:27

    18

    Yea. Even in electronics terms side, both have very different meaning. This is consider a typo error. Might be corrected by the author. Anyway, this is a very useful post. Some are already familiar with. Keep up the good post like this.

    0
  • pjammer

    Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010 21:01

    17

    In your first sentence you say “Ajax is a short form **Synchronous** JavaScript and XML is a set of methods that are used by many modern and popular web sites.”…. but it should be “Asynchronous”.

    Not to be pedantic or anything, but those two word do mean vastly different things.

    0
  • Brian R. Cline

    Wednesday, February 17th, 2010 22:54

    16

    Thank you for taking the time to put together these resources in one easy to find blog post.

    0
  • SM

    Tuesday, February 9th, 2010 11:22

    15

    Good collection! Thanks for sharing

    +3
  • Jordan Walker

    Monday, February 8th, 2010 17:41

    14

    A very nice collection of resources that greatly enhance usability.

    0
  • vector graffiti

    Saturday, February 6th, 2010 14:10

    12

    Nice collection thanks

    0
  • shin

    Saturday, February 6th, 2010 10:58

    11

    http://www.okadadesign.no/blog/?p=518 has “Ajax Todo List system with Codeigniter”

    0
  • wparena

    Saturday, February 6th, 2010 10:28

    10

    Useful, If you are familiar with Ajax, and very helpful for students

    0
  • Andreyco

    Friday, February 5th, 2010 17:28

    8

    this is cool!
    thanks a lot. I still have to learn a lot with AJAX :)

    +1
  • Ploeg

    Friday, February 5th, 2010 10:46

    7

    … “Ajax is a short form Synchronous JavaScript and XML” …

    Shame on you ;) Must be Asynchronous ofcourse…!

    +1
  • Shawn K.

    Friday, February 5th, 2010 04:01

    6

    Nice collection to get anyone started!

    I write my own AJAX and scripts, but it’s always nice to see what’s out there.
    I hope to have a couple websites completed and running on my own web framework pretty soon. :)

    0
  • denbagus

    Friday, February 5th, 2010 10:35

    5

    thank you 1stwebdesigner readers for your good feedback…

    0
    • Dainis Graveris

      Saturday, February 6th, 2010 12:58

      9

      Thank you for putting this together! :)

      0
  • Matthew Heidenreich

    Friday, February 5th, 2010 06:14

    4

    great list! Thanks for this share. Very useful.

    0
  • Max

    Thursday, February 4th, 2010 19:04

    3

    Great list, Yanuar! Read some of the tutorials before! But some of them were new for me! Thanks for this work.

    0
  • Jim Hanifen

    Friday, February 5th, 2010 01:02

    2

    This is a great list, many real world uses here. Thanks!

    0
  • Sebastian Senf

    Thursday, February 4th, 2010 20:12

    1

    Handy list, thanks for that.

    If you want to extend it check out ‘The jQuery Cross-Domain Ajax Guide’ here http://usejquery.com/posts/9/the-jquery-cross-domain-ajax-guide

    0

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