There a many examples of egregious usages of Ajax out there but every once in a while you find a great usage of Ajax. One great usage is the username availability checker. Why make the user submit their form if you can just use Ajax to let them know if it’s available right away? Here’s how you can implement a username available checker using MooTools 1.2.
In this article, you will see several techniques—both with Ajax and without—that demonstrate this context change-free approach to user experience design. Starts with the simplest example of Ajax user experience, the tabbed window.
This article takes a brief look at the features of some of the more widely used ASP.NET Ajax frameworks.
Shows you how to make comments on your WordPress blog step by step.
This tutorial will show you how to create a style switcher using jQuery and PHP.
Introduction to some key design features, a look at animation, DOM, and eventually a cool widget tutorial for your site.
In this tutorial, you’ll make a poll using PHP and XHTML, then use some jQuery Ajax effects to eliminate the need to refresh the page.
Create a dynamic content box just like Google Reader or DZone.
Learn how to build a momentum-based AJAX shoutbox with jQuery from scratch.
This tutorial throws you in at the level of building your first ever Ajax application in PHP. So for this one, you need a working knowledge of PHP and a good grasp of programming basics.
In this lesson you’ll go through steps to create an AJAX form, which will return a response JSON which is used to display the success / error messages. You’ll use Jquery Form Plugin to make the process quick and painless.
Making users click through multiple pages just to edit a field is so 1999. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create an in-place editing system as found on popular sites, such as Flickr.
Build a to-do list that will allow you, or your user, to create, update, and delete items asynchronously. To accomplish our task, we’ll be using PHP and jQuery’s AJAX capabilities.
Create an AJAXified multiple file upload form that uses a lot lesser server side code and also provides a very nice user interface.
Neat way to create spreadsheet like tables for your web projects.
Turn a regular form, into an AJAX Form!
In this article you’ll learn how to make Ajax Watermarkers.
Build a client-side repeater with .NET and AJAX.
Certain vulnerabilities within Ajax applications can allow malicious hackers to reek havoc with your applications. Identity theft, unprotected access to sensitive information, browser crashes, defacement of Web applications, and Denial of Service attacks are just a few of the potential disasters Ajax applications can be prone to and which developers need to guard against when building Ajax capabilities into their applications. Regular developerWorks author Judith Myerson suggests some application-strengthening tools, including Firefox tools and add-ons, which you can use to improve or solve security problems within your Ajax applications.
Tutorial teaches you how to build a PHP component with auto-suggest feature.
This tutorial shows how to create a style switcher using jQuery and PHP. The end result will be an unobtrusive & entirely degradable dynamic style switcher which will be quick and easy to implement.
Build your first AJAX application with jQuery.
A more indepth “search auto-completer”. These are so cool you almost can’t pass them up.
Allow your users to select a top level category from one select box and to automatically populate the sub-category.
Another form validation tutorial with AJAX.