AJAX, Anyone how to do quick start?

Posted on 2006-04-25
Last Modified: 2010-04-01
Dear all, seesm nowadays the technology trend is moving to AJAX.. anyone have any particular website to be the best for newbie and quickstart?
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    the following link is the best to know how AJAX works

    and here u will find all the AJAX good article over the net
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    by:Jim Cakalic
    Understanding AJAX starts with understanding XMLHttpRequest:

    Links to tutorials and other resources:

    Toolkits that abstract browser differences in instantiating and managing XHR are even more numerous than the number of AJAX tutorial. They range from simple wrappers (e.g., prototype.js) to full-fledged IDEs (e.g., TIBCO General Interface). I've been using DWR (Direct Web Remoting) for about 8 months. If your work is primarily in Java then you might find it interesting.

    As for books, I've found Ajax in Action from Manning Press to be quite helpful. It especially is useful in cataloging and describing several different architectural approaches to using Ajax.

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    there is a great source forge project

    could learn alot from or use

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    tq so much....
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