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Video Tutorial 2 : AJAX System Requirements



For the Ajax source code demonstrated in this video, follow this link "Ajax at work"

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12 comments:

Davis said...

What browsers support AJAX?

James said...

Internet Explorer 5.0 and up, Opera 7.6 and up, Netscape 7.1 and up, Firefox 1.0 and up, Safari 1.2 and up, among others.

Sara said...

Why does HTML_AJAX hang on some server installs ?

james said...

If you run into an HTML_AJAX problem only on some servers, chances are your running into a problem with output compression. If the output compression is handled in the PHP config we detect that and do the right thing, but if its done from an apache extension we have no way of knowing its going to compress the body. Some times setting HTML_AJAX::sendContentLength to false fixes the problem, but in other cases you'll need to disabled the extension for the AJAX pages.
I've also seen problems caused by debugging extensions like XDebug, disabling the extension on the server page usually fixes that. Questions dealing with Using HTML_AJAX, and general JavaScript development

tushnim0new said...

show me some examples ..

Author said...

Go here for Ajax sample program for fetching data from text file
http://ajaxtraining.blogspot.com/2007/12/ajax-at-work-sample-program.html

lolcutedotcom said...

Thanks for the videos!

warlock07 said...

nice

marosik said...

Nice tutorials thx but you don't have to say everything several times :)

Scynite said...

The only thing I don't like is that we'd be returning to client side programming, and exposing the code we write again. Unlike PHP, though the page does reload, on modern fast systems it's hardly noticeable, and hides the code behind the web actions.

punxz18 said...

i cant find the inetpub where is it located?

Author said...

It is the web folder created when you installed IIS web server.You find InetPub folder at C:\ drive root folder.

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