AJAX

Force no caching with PHP

If you’re a web developer you’ve almost certainly run into web page caching issues. Allow me to explain one situation I found myself in and how I fixed it. Read more…


jQuery.getJSON() Example

If you are creating an Ajaxy web application jQuery offers a few great methods to help you out. In this tutorial I will demonstrate one of those; the getJSON() function. I’ll create a simple example of how this wonderful powerful, yet beautifully simple function can be used. Read more…


jQuery Ajax Example

In a previous article I’ve written some about Ajax and how it can be useful. In this article I’ll give a detailed and simple code example to help you understand how you might use the jQuery “ajax” method. We will create the front end of a web page where two or more visitors can chat. Read more…


What is Ajax?

The term Ajax (or AJAX) stands for Asynchronous Javascript And XML. Ajax is commonly used in web sites and applications. It allows Javascript on the web page to send and retrieve information from a server in the “background”. Read more…


Ajax and PHP

AJAX in a word… SWEET! I love it. AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. Basically it allows your web page to load content AFTER the web page has already loaded. Read more…