10 New jQuery AJAX Techniques with Source Code
jQuery is a multi-browser java script library which is primarily designed to simplify the scripting at the client side of HTML. This software was released in January 2006. It has many advantages for instance it is absolutely free of any cost and is also open source. Its syntax is designed in such a way that it makes the navigation through a document very easy and accessible and can also assist in making various other things simple such as creating animations.
Ajax is the acronym used for the term asynchronous java script and XML and can be defined as a group of interrelated techniques of web development and is basically used on the client side to create applications for the web which are asynchronous. With the help of Ajax web applications can either send data or even retrieve data from a server very easily. This isn’t a single technology but a group of various technologies that are combined together and used simultaneously. The use of Ajax for development is thus very popular these days. There are a lot of Ajax tutorials that are available on the internet to assist the developers and make their work even easier
Recently, Twitter rolled out a great new feature on their site – lists. You can now create and compile a list of twitter users and make it easier for others to follow all at once.
If you have worked in your field for a while, there is a pretty good chance that you have a rather extensive portfolio. To make it a little easier to navigate, you will probably be tempted to break them into different categories. In this tutorial, I will show you how to make “filtering by category” a little more interesting with just a little bit of jQuery.
Removing contents with Ajax is a useful tool to have in any web designers kit. Using a few lines of jQuery we can remove a div and simultaneously remove a record from the database with Ajax.
This tutorial is going to create a simple page that lists two movies, and allows you to rate them. This means we need the stars to show the current rating, and to allow voting. We also want an area to show the total votes cast, and the current rating down to one decimal place.
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