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When validating form field entries using AJAX as described in the article Realtime Form Validation Using AJAX there are additional issues that come to mind. These include: Do I have to validate a single form field? Not necessarily. The article was written to show the simplest use case. You could also do validation based on any combination of form data. You should not consider this solution...
on Apr 5, 2006
A year ago I swore I would never use the term AJAX (that lasted about 3 days) as it brought to mind cleaning my sink. A year later I have to say AJAX has made the world a better place and looks to make an even brighter future. Where has AJAX come in its first year? AJAX is almost easy enough for a 1 year old - When AJAX emerged there was a lot of FUD comparing AJAX to rocket science. At Sun...
on Feb 17, 2006
In the land where Java flows freely I have encountered many that are not familiar with AJAX and ask many of the same questions. I put together this FAQ with developers that use Java and Java Enterprise Edition in mind. See the AJAX FAQ for the Java Developer. Some of the questions I have addressed include: Should I consider AJAX? Does AJAX work with Java? Won't my framework provide me with...
on Oct 14, 2005
There has been much talk about rich web applications in recent days. When I first encountered Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) it was still being called web remoting or remote scripting. After seeing some pretty cool applications being developed by some well known companies I took myself to task and wrote a few rich web applications using AJAX with J2EE technologies supporting the server-...
on Apr 25, 2005