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jQuery Autocomplete complete in Visual Studio

Scott Guthrie, from Microsoft, has wrote about the new intellisense support for the jQuery library. jQuery support is now found in both Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Web Developer 2008 Express (free). There are a few steps involved in getting this new support – just the usually steps you would expect from Microsoft though, nothing […]

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Advanced JavaScript Lessons for the 21st Century

Javascript, as you may know, has not changed very much since it first appeared back in the 90’s. Over the past couple of years, however, many people have been pushing to give the language an overhaul. It could take another couple of years before these new additions are in place in all major browsers (who […]

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Ajax is in the Air

Adobe AIR introduces a whole new subject when talking about Ajax. I’ve decided to create an new website dedicated to developing Adobe AIR applications, by way of Air Tutorials. It’ll cover both HTML with JavaScript and Flex (mxml and ActionScript). Snippet manager is the first sample application available, which was built using Flex. There will […]

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More Ajaxy Stuff Soon Honest

Yes, it has been a very long time since I’ve posted on here. I’m having one of those ‘man, I really should update my blog’ moments, and write this with my very best intentions…..

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ExtJS JavaScript Framework

Ext JS, the JavaScript framework with Ajax and UI Components Update – some of the original links have been removed Ext JS is a JavaScript Library/Framework which works in conjunction with Prototype, YahooUI and jQuery. It’s probably the most exciting toolkit available for building web 2.0 websites right now. It’s jam packed with features, and […]