Notes on a web journey

posted on: 18 July 2006

JSON, Ajax, and UTF8

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On Particletree: JSON, Ajax, and UTF8

How do you go about sending any type of character to the server via JSON? The solution turns out to be quite simple, but arriving at the solution involved many attempts in the wrong direction.

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posted on: 09 June 2006

XmlHttpRequest debugging

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On Curiosity is bliss: XmlHttpRequest debugging

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posted on: 03 June 2006

AJAX and DOM Scripting

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On Garret Dimon's site:AJAX and DOM Scripting

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posted on: 01 June 2006

Responsible Asynchronous Scripting

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On Vitamin:
responsible asynchronous scripting

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posted on: 31 May 2006

AJAX page transition

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On Stringify: AJAX page transition

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posted on: 11 May 2006

AJAX tutorials

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On Max Kiesler: 60 AJAX tutorials

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posted on: 15 April 2006

DOM and XMLHttpRequest

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On Web Standards Project: DOM builder

On DOM Scripting: XMLHttpRequest on the W3C

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posted on: 09 March 2006

AJAX

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On A List Apart: getting started with AJAX

I have read comments and opinions about AJAX breaking accessibility rules. AJAX is a tool. As such it's not inherently "good" nor "bad" but defined by the the use that it's made of it. A hammer can be used either to build or to destroy a house.

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posted on: 18 January 2006

Periodic table of Elements with AJAX

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From Jalenak:

Periodic Table of the Elements AJAX Demo

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posted on: 17 January 2006

AJAX and JSON

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AJAX :

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posted on: 14 January 2006

Php functions lookup

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From splasho :

Php functions lookup and its source

" I put together this AJAX (actually AJAH) tool that allows you to quickly view the important details (argument list especially) of PHP functions. You just type in the beginning of the function you want and you are presented with a list, click one on the list and the details are filled in. "

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posted on: 11 January 2006

AJAX login system

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On Evolt:

AJAX login system

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posted on: 25 December 2005

AHAH

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Funny title? No, actually an interesting technique:

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posted on: 07 November 2005

Scripts and tips

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Scripts based on the Prototype Javascript framework, visual effects and controls with AJAX:

script.aculo.us

On Evolt, some useful PHP tips: these things I know.

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posted on: 08 October 2005

XMLHTTP, Deep Web and brushes

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posted on: 14 April 2005

XML vs. TXT

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One of the problems I'm having using XML is that I almost always have code samples included in the text of my studies and I have to use entities for everything. I'd rather use a TEXT file and parse it with document.innerHTML, much simpler and faster. Maybe is not very professional or reusable in the future (even if I think TEXT files will always be in use) as an XML file would be but it works fine.

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posted on: 14 April 2005

Language options with XMLHttpRequest

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I have been looking for a solution to a multi-language site that doesn't need to have the same pages repeated in different languages. I had tried using only Javascript but the translated text had to be saved together with the rest of the Javascript code and it didn't seem a practical solution.

I think that the solution could be XMLHttpRequest. I save all the “Studies” text in a XML file that has the same tags as the XHTML page and change the content of the page according to the language chosen by the user. I'm working on it, still polishing out a few glitches.

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posted on: 12 April 2005

More XMLHttpRequest

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I found more links:

I didn`t realize that XMLHttpRequest was such a popular topic..I have been using XML for a while but it's difficult to find good articles and practical applications.

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posted on: 10 April 2005

XMLHttpRequest

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Learning about XMLHttpRequest..

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CSS,Javascript and Php studies

Anti spam email
A solution to writing an anti spam email contact link
filed under: Javascript
Background image
A background image randomizer that I used in the second version of this site.
filed under: Javascript/CSS
Javascript menu
A menu that uses Javascript and session cookies.
filed under: Javascript/CSS
MiniSite
Experimenting with CSS and Javascript.A simple but, in my opinion, nice navigation “system”. The MiniSite is a one page site.
filed under: Javascript/CSS
Photo display
Protect copyrighted photos: a simple but effective solution.
filed under: Javascript/CSS
Photo gallery
A photo gallery made for a friend
filed under: Javascript
PHP menu
A PHP menu that can be updated without having to re-publish all the pages is on.
filed under: PHP
Pop-up menu
A very simple pop up menu powered by Javascript. It works also if Javascript is disabled.
filed under: Javascript/CSS
RSS feed
How to write and use an RSS feed
filed under: rss-xml
Tag replacer
The Tag replacer explained and a link to it.
filed under: PHP
Tags search
A search form build and powered using Javascript and the DOM
filed under: Javascript