If you can buy three books on web-development today, what would they be? [more inside]
This is a two-part question concerning e-mail, the internet's original 'killer app'. [more inside]
I'm looking for a lightweight, reusable, "server neutral", DHTML/AJAX style date-picker calendar widget without any Internet Explorer memory leaks. Not looking like ass is a plus. Free is great, reasonably priced is fine. Does anyone have a favorite? [more inside]
Is it possible to make an AJAX request work with an HTTP authorization-protected server script? [more inside]
What web technology/language should I learn to make simple online apps and just generally enhance my bare-bones knowledge of HTML? [more inside]
I'm looking for a web-based to-do-list manager, along the lines of 37Signals' Backpack, that allows its users to have a to-do task recur a certain amount of time after it's been checked off. [more inside]
AJAX help for a newbie. How do I rearrange the order of a set of images? [more inside]
Help an AJAX newbie! Here's the problem: I have a table where each cell contains a single image. The order of these images does matter. I want the user to be able to drag and drop an image from one cell into another cell. All other images would then "move over" one cell. [more inside]
Ajax design - The more little UI widgets I add to my project, the harder it is to maintain a coherent directory structure. Any tips or articles on how to maintain an intelligent directory/site structure on Ajax projects, where you have N number of little UI widgets that are retrieved on demand?
What happened to Joe's Goals?
Why doesn't Opera work properly for me? [more inside]
Is it possible to view the source of an AJAX website? [more inside]
I'm making the AJAX plunge, and working with Yahoo's AJAX User Interface Library (specifically Dialog to create form sumission dialog boxes. But I don't know how to pass values into the box that pops up. [more inside]
Will the Opera browser for the Nintendo DS Lite support GMail and Google Calendar? [more inside]
I'm looking for a simple Ajax commenting script that will allow commenters on a blog-like site to submit comments without actually leaving the page. I've found the one for Wordpress - but it seems to be a little too specialised for WP templates to be easily adaptable for my site's needs (though I will if I have to). Any links would be much appreciated.
If I wanted an ecommerce site powered by something like osCommerce and I wanted some additional functionality built that gave product previews via ajax, similar to what NetFlix does, where should I look for a programmer to set it all up and about how much should I expect to pay?
Does my router hate AJAX? When I access Google Maps (or certain other sites that make use of similar technology) it consistently triggers network freezes and delays on my home network. [more inside]
Is there an alternative to XMLHttpRequest that would work across different domains? [more inside]
Why do browsers store the original DOM in the browser history instead of caching the most recent version? [more inside]
I'm trying to implement some AJAX features in a project, and need help deciphering the possible options and parameters of the Rico framework's accordion display. [more inside]
Dumb question about curl and setting up Ruby on Rails from an extreme novice. [more inside]
AJAX: I have a project I'm building where I'd like to replicate the Google Maps click-and-drag UI, to view a very large graphic that's cropped so you can only view a section at a time. Any idea where I can find a tutorial on how to do that? [more inside]
PDAfilter: Does anyone know how the Sprint PPC-6700 (or any other variety of the HTC Apache or Wizard) does with AJAX-style web2.0 apps? [more inside]
So AJAX is the talk of the town and proponents generally showcase Google Map and Gmail as good examples of the technology. Are there any other ones out there? I'm working on putting together some demos trying to showcase how the technology can be a competitor to Flash so it would be nice to have stuff beyond Google's offerings.
I stumbled across an Internet Explorer display problem today that I just can't figure out. It feels CSS-related, and it feels float-related, but despite knowing all about the Holly Hack and all about how to deal with most every float-related IE bug I've seen prior to today, this one has me totally stumped. Can someone help? [more inside]
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