Cian Cullinan wrote:
>On 6/10/05, Bryan O'Donoghue <typedef at eircom.net> wrote:
>>>>>Does anyone on the list use this? What's the development overhead like
>compared to doing regular ol' web-browser/web-server applications?
well, when it was just becoming popular, it was a pain to do - damned
exciting, in that it was bleeding edge stuff, but very hard. Now, there
are loads of tools out there to help.
I like to use the "sajax" toolkit . It simplifies the whole thing so
Here's an example of my work with AJAX:
(Jon doesn't credit me in that page - but I believe most of the
functional code is mine :) )
Another here - a basic shopping cart:
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