Pulse Particles Flash Source Example

Just found interesting ActionScript flash source Configurable rule based particle behavior. Easily extensible Both a full featured object orientated syntax, and a simplified quick object syntax. Get your copy: Pulse Particles AS3 Tags: flash, action+script

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AJAX benefits

December 06, 2007 (InfoWorld) — While Asynchronous JavaScript and XML may have issues with security and performance, Zimbra Inc. still sees AJAX as the best way to deliver experiences on the Web and has based its open-source Web 2.0 platform on 200,000 lines of JavaScript, a company executive said Monday. At the Web Builder 2.0 […]

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Web 2.0 App Generator

Create a Web 2.0 application. With our exciting new Web 2.0 software, eGo, you can enjoy a one-of-a kind application with no cost to your or your immediate family at this time.

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Rich Web technologies debated

(InfoWorld) – While the landscape for rich Web development technologies is getting crowded, industry dignitaries at The Rich Web Experience conference in San Jose, Calif. Thursday nonetheless saw a place for the various entrants in this space. The field of technologies has grown to include AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript), Adobe Flex, Microsoft Silverlight, and Sun’s JavaFX, […]

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Apples Worldwide Developer Conference

Chief exec Steve Jobs said Apple would release a version of the company’s Safari browser for Windows. Safari will also help with mobile applications for the iPhone, he said: “It’s all based on the fact that we have the full Safari engine in the iPhone…And so you can write amazing Web 2.0 and AJAX apps […]

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Google Maps: Street View and Mapplets

Ajaxian: When I first saw the new Street View functionality that has appeared in the Google Maps preview I was obviously impressed. We have seen other companies taking photos of the content, but being able to walk around the Map was very cool. If I am visiting a new building, or area, I find myself […]

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Shaping the future of secure Ajax mashups

Brent Ashley has written a Developerworks article about making Ajax mashup secure. It looks at where it’s at today and where it’s all headed. Current Web browsers weren’t designed to easily and securely get content from multiple sources into one page. Discover how developers have stretched the available tools to fit the task and how […]

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Microsoft joins the OpenAjax Alliance

When the OpenAjax Alliance was created Microsoft was invited, but didn’t take up the offer. They were noticeably absent from the early meetings.Well, now Bertrand Le Roy of the Atlas team will be at the meetings as the OpenAjax Alliance Welcomes Microsoft and Other New Members and Announces Interoperability Awards: Microsoft is joining the OpenAJAX […]

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Ajax based timetracker tool

Take look at Toggl, an Ajax based timetracker tool written in Ruby on Rails that uses several Ajax tehniques, including pre-fetch and asynchronous postings. Design is of complete gmailish style. Ajaxian

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ADLib: Another DHTML Library

From Ajaxian The library has been an evolving tool I have used for ~10 years now. It started as the basic_dhtml.js portion of the current library and has grown. With the recent trends in ajax and effects libraries and so forth, I decided to update it to a more industrial strength library and release it […]

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