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Clicky, a powerfull web 2.0 analyzer

By: OSH Editorial    In: AJAX Analytics Stats


Clicky is a web analyzer that works great with any web site, even Ajax and Flash sites. It was originally targeted towards smaller web sites and blogs because it tracks a high level of detail on every visitor, and these types of sites find this information very interesting.

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Unobtrusive AJAX Star Rating Bar

By: OSH Editorial    In: AJAX PHP Poll


This is a rating bar script done with PHP and mySQL that allows users to rate things like can be done on Netflix or Amazon, all web 2.0-like with no page refresh.

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By: OSH Editorial    In: AJAX Framework


SproutCore is a framework for building applications in JavaScript with remarkably little amounts of code. It can help you build full “thick” client applications in the web browser that can create and modify data, often completely independent of your web server, communicating with your server via Ajax only when they need to save or load data.

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AJAX Suggestions

By: OSH Editorial    In: AJAX Forms


AJAX Suggestions is pretty much what you might have seen with Google Suggest. The basic idea is, through AJAX, to give the user an immediate response to what they’re typing and displaying the search results their input would generate.

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Shopping Cart using Script.aculo.us

By: OSH Editorial    In: AJAX Prototype Script.aculo.us Tutorials


This workshop we will be building a shopping cart that’s Ajax powered. This will be a drag and drop shopping cart using the Script.aculo.us JavaScript library. We will also be using PHP on the back end to store the user’s shopping cart in sessions.

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jQuery Hover Sub Tag Cloud

By: OSH Editorial    In: AJAX Tooltip jQuery


Tag clouds When, used properly, they can provide visitors with an instant illustration of the main topics of the site’s content. And although we don’t have that much choice in designing them, we can still find our way to come up with new design approaches and solutions.

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Ajax im, a instant messenger

By: OSH Editorial    In: AJAX


ajax im (”asynchronous javascript and xml instant messenger”) is a browser-based instant messaging client. It uses AJAX to create a near real-time IM environment that can be used in conjunction with community, intranet, and social websites.

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Adobe Spry framework for AJAX

By: OSH Editorial    In: AJAX Framework Javascript


Spry is a JavaScript-based framework that enables the rapid development of Ajax-powered web pages. Not a JavaScript guru? No problem. Spry was designed to feel like an extension of HTML and CSS, so anyone with basic web-production skills can create next-generation web experiences by adding the power of Ajax to their pages.

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By: OSH Editorial    In: AJAX Tools


This site is a quick and dirty solution to a question that I often lay awake at night worrying about. Do I have my username registered across every site that I should? What if the next internet humiliation meme just happens to share the username I’ve been using for years, and suddenly people are emailing me asking “hey, is this you ???”. The site is simple.

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AutoSuggest, an AJAX auto-complete text field

By: OSH Editorial    In: AJAX Forms


The AutoSuggest class adds a popdown menu of suggested values to a text field. The user can either click directly on a suggestion to enter it into the field, or navigate the list using the up and down arrow keys, selecting a value using the tab key. The values for the suggestion list are to provided as XML (by a PHP script, or similar).

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