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AjaxLessons is looking for Guest Writers!

Have you got some Ajax tips or techniques that you would like to share with others? If so – We’re looking for guest writers for ajaxlessons. If you have something to say, we want to hear it.
We are looking for anything Ajax related whether it be Tip’s and techniques, Ajax News, reviews of Ajax tools [...]

Tutorial on Creating a Tabbed Content Browser - published on Smashing Magazine

Our article on how to build a tabbed content browser has been published on Smashing Magazine ( a site with great resource for webdevelopers ).
They share useful information about the use of module tabs in webdesign and web-based applications, including best practices, examples, tutorials and scripts.

Module Tabs are great to present content in a [...]

10 Business Reasons to Use AJAX

Over at Agile Ajax the author has posted 10 business reasons to use Ajax.
The reasons consist of:

ASP’s with existing applications.
ISV’s that have products with web-based interfaces.
ISV’s that have products without web-based interfaces.
ISV’s whose products can now be ASP’d.

E-commerce.
Financial services.  
Tool makers.

Infrastructure providers.
Community site providers.

Content providers/Media.

I’m not sure where on the hype curve we [...]

60 More AJAX Tutorials

Max Kiesler has updated his site with another 60 tutorials from around the web. These 60 tutorials are an addition to his current 30 that he gathered a few months ago. Look for some new Workshops coming from AjaxLessons.com with in the next few days.
With the popularity of AJAX growing every day I’ve had the [...]

AJAX Activity Indicators

Over at NappyFab.com the author has posted a bunch of animated Ajax activity indicators. There are images for both light and dark backgrounds.
Check them out
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Mastering Ajax, Part 4: Exploiting DOM for Web response

Over at the IBM developerWorks website a new tutorial on Ajax and DOM has been posted.
Like many Web programmers, you have probably worked with HTML. HTML is how programmers start to work on a Web page; HTML is often the last thing they do as they finish up an application or site, and [...]

Round-up of 30 AJAX Tutorials

Over at Max Kiesler’s blog, Max has posted up 30 Ajax tutorials for you to start learning Ajax and it’s features. One of our very own workshops made the cut: Ajax Workshop 2: Building Tabbed Data.

here are quite a few AJAX demos and examples on the web right now. While these are invaluable to learning [...]

15 year Old Student Hired at Google

Over at the Unofficial Google Weblog there is a post about Tom Vendetta, 15 year old from New Jersey who was recently hired by Google. I must say that’s a great start to a career!
Here is a link to his blog
According to I-Newswire, Tom Vendetta, a 15 year old student from just outside New Jersey [...]

Gabbly - Embedded Website Chat

Over at Ajaxian.com Michael Mahemoff has written an article on the new Gabbly chat for websites. He also talks about Quek which is similar but uses little avatars on the site.

Gabbly (via Digg) is a new application that embeds a chat window in any web page. It seems to be based on web proxying and [...]

Ajax tutorial: Live Search with Ajax

Over at napyfab:blog the author has posted a tutorial on doing live searches with Ajax. This tutorial is in Italian but I will be posting a link to the original and also the google translation.
Read the full tutorial (Italian)
Read the full tutorial (English Google Translation)
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