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Introducing Zend View Helpers
Category: Web Development > PHP      Posted: 02 Aug 09

This video covers how to setup and user Zend View Helpers. I also cover how state is managed within the class. Next week I'll show you how you can use this technique with a bit of AJAX to make those View Helpers shine! I'll post the project code for both videos with part 2.

How to Make AJAX Requests With Raw JavaScript
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 31 Jul 09

I demonstrated how to make AJAX requests with raw JavaScript. In today's screencast, we'll take things a step further as we use PHP to query a database, convert it to the JSON format, and use Javascript to asynchronously request this information and display it on the page..

A Lesson Learned in Accessibility
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 31 Jul 09

Even when designing with our best intentions toward accessibility, it often takes someone who really uses accessibility software to test the site and h...

Building a Customized and Dynamic Ordering Form
Category: Web Development > PHP      Posted: 31 Jul 09

Real-life clients have real-life needs for their websites. They don't care about your fancy RSS feeds and AJAX, they just want their website to do what...

Dynamic Page Caching
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 31 Jul 09

Use JavaScript to allow dynamic content in a page cache. In this episode I show you how to insert the user-specific content into a page through JavaScript.

How to Make AJAX Requests With Raw JavaScript: Part 2
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 20 Jun 09

A few weeks ago, I demonstrated how to make AJAX requests with raw JavaScript. In today's screencast, we'll take things a step further as we use PHP to...

How to Make AJAX Requests With Raw Javascript
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 20 Jun 09

Javascript frameworks have turned simple AJAX functions into one-liners. This is quite incredible, considering the fact that it would require more than...

An Intensive Exploration Of jQuery
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 06 Apr 09

Ben Nadel has generously created a comprehensive video overview of the jQuery framework. He carefully covers everything from the basic hide/show method...

Ajax-enabling your WCF services
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 09 Mar 09

This screencast guides the viewer through the process of Ajax-enabling your WCF services, allowing you to easily consume them from within your Ajax cli...

MooTools: An Overview with Aaron Newton
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 18 Feb 09

In this session, we cover MooTools from top to bottom. We explore the basic utility methods provided by the framework, delve into the provided functionality from the straight forward (Ajax, Drag'n'Drop, etc) to the more complex (rich effects, sortables, psuedo-selectors, etc), and then move into how ...

Managing Ajax Across the User Session
Category: Web Development > Ajax      Posted: 04 Feb 09

Ajax makes it possible to communicate to the server out of band, giving rise to a number of novel interaction patterns, such as automatic updating of data, type-ahead suggestions and inline editing of data. While these are all useful idioms as far as the end-user is concerned, there is a danger that ...

Ajax and JSF: Natural Synergy
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

With the emergence of Ajax as a preferred way of building web user interfaces, JavaServer Faces (JSF) has proved itself to be a natural fit for integrating Ajax with Java sever-side logic. JSF allows you to build Ajax applications without worrying about the complexities of JavaScript and DHTML. Howev...