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ZooTool – visual bookmarking tool by MooTool(s)


ZooTool is an interactive and beautiful visual bookmark tool for images, links, videos and documents. The ZooTool was developed based on the MooTools by Bastian Allgeier.

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Ajax shopping cart, built using PHP + Prototype

Ajax is getting popular these days. Many would wanna convert their traditional shopping carts for their online stores into Ajax-driven, which needent page refresh. A tutorial example has been posted on PHPBuilder how to use Prototype on the JavaScript client side, to make ajax remote calls and PHP on the server to store the cart items.

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Prototype Javascript optimization to get best performance

Although Prototype comes with very convenient and short cut methods to let you create ajax applications and other JavaScript that manipulates well of the DOM structure, but there will be some significant degradation in performance in some of these methods.

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Spring WebFlow 2.0 now includes JavaScript module

Many of you might have known Spring as a J2EE framework that simplifies J2EE development by introducing the MVC (Model View Control) development methodology in J2EE.

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AjaxSwing 2.0 – Swing front end for Ajax apps

A new version of webcream, now has been renamed and launched as AjaxSwing 2.0. It’s a framework that does communication with web server purely using asynchronous JavaScript and uses partial page update to refresh web browser.

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Anvil Framework for developing GUI-based Ruby apps

Anvil, a ruby framework that uses GUI toolkit for building GUI Ruby apps. Installation instruction as follows:

Installation

$ sudo gem install anvil

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How well do you know Prototype? You should fully utilize it!

<script type=”text/javascript” src=”prototype.js”></script>

Juiry Zaytsev, someone who has used Prototype for almost a year for building dynamic web apps, has experienced many stupid questions raised on the Prototype discussion IRC channel. According to Juiry, that Prototype is only used at about 15% by most developers. Such as those include the 100KB Prototype.js in their web app, but what they use is only the Ajax.Request function, instead of the many short cuts and convenient functions provided by Prototype.

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Prototype – a fantastic JavaScript Framework, simplifies Ajax coding

Prototype - a fantastic JavaScript Framework, simplifies Ajax codingWhat is Prototype? Prototype is a JavaScript framework that simplifies AJAX coding and extends the DOM structure. Prototype comes with several short-cut coding methods and modules to allow you to shorten your AJAX coding and it’s browser-safe. Prototype is now available with the latest version, 1.6 for download.

To start using Prototype in your web apps, it’s easy, just download the prototype.js file and include it in any JavaScript tag pairs shown as follows then you can start using the simplified coding in AJAX offered by Prototype.

<script src=”prototype.js” type=”text/javascript”></script>

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