Monday, December 12, 2005

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Is full of great articles - so I'm just outputting the XML before it disappears.

Working with Partial Types

This article talks about Partial types which is one of the new feature of Micrsoft .NET Framework 2.0, this feature is available with both the languages C# 2.0 and Visual Basic 2005.
Fri, 09 Dec 2005 09:43:34 GMT

AJAX and Accessibility

In this article we will have a look at the implications for accessibility and usability when using Javascript to dynamically update a web page. I will also show how you can increase accessibility for AJAX-based forms.
Sun, 13 Nov 2005 09:11:25 GMT

Implement Your Own Proxy-Based AOP Framework

To help you understand and demystify AOP, this article shows you how to create a simple AOP framework using both JDK dynamic proxy and CGLIB. This framework supports declarative transaction management. This article uses Java 5 features, including annotat...
Sun, 13 Nov 2005 08:59:04 GMT

Sprinkle Some AJAX Magic in Your Struts Web Application

This article shows a simple and elegant way to do this by including a couple of lines of JavaScript on your JavaServer Pages (JSPs). While we show how to reuse existing Struts actions, the techniques are equally applicable to the Java-Web framework of yo...
Sun, 13 Nov 2005 08:57:57 GMT

Is AJAX worth adopting?

Why is AJAX so hot? Google deserves the credit for that. Google has kept surprising users with amazing user interfaces on Gmail, Maps, Suggest and what not. We saw GMail, we said "Wow this GMail interface is awesome!", assumed that the Google guys had wo...
Sun, 13 Nov 2005 08:55:56 GMT

Usable XMLHttpRequest in Practice

One of the great benefits of XMLHttpRequest is that you can use it to make complex WYSIWYG. This has previously been hard to do on the web. Take a "build your car" feature that you often find on sites of car manufacturers. This could be greatly enhanced ...
Sun, 13 Nov 2005 08:53:50 GMT

XMLHttpRequest Usability Guidelines

XMLHttpRequest is becoming more and more popular, and many people are currently exploring what we could do with it. Unfortunately this also causes people to reinvent old and forgotten usability problems.
Sun, 13 Nov 2005 08:53:01 GMT

This is not another XMLHttpRequest article

You're probably sick of articles expounding the virtues of XMLHttpRequest by now, well this isn't one of them. While I am suitably impressed with the uses that have brought dynamic retrieval of data via JavaScript into the spotlight of late (Google Maps ...
Sun, 13 Nov 2005 08:52:12 GMT

XML in the Browser: Submitting forms using AJAX

One of the least user friendly features of most websites is forms. The longer the form, the more annoying it gets. However, a new technology called AJAX (that has nothing to do with household cleansers!) can help. Let's face it. Using forms on the Intern...
Sun, 13 Nov 2005 08:50:55 GMT

Using Delegates with Native Function Callbacks in Managed C++

Creating an event-driven architecture is a popular and effective use of delegates. However, another important use for delegates is in the area of callbacks, which this article discusses.
Sun, 13 Nov 2005 08:41:51 GMT

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