Please Note: This post is more of an anecdotal post as opposed to a tutorial. There are no code samples and the actual code that I discuss may not be 100% accurate as I am typing this at the end of a 12 hour work day. I wanted to get this story out so if there are… Read more »
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Form validation is a very important part of any web application. You have to make sure that your users are going to enter a numerical value when they put data into a quantity field (You don’t want them to enter “one” into a quantity field, unless of course you want to try and handle that… Read more »
Twitter has become an amazing way to share thoughts, ideas, and information (not to mention what you are actually doing). Displaying your Twitter feed on your website is a great way to promote your Twitter to increase your followers.
Yesterday we discussed how you can use jQuery as an Ajax library for your web application. The discussion only covered the most basic options to make the Ajax work. There are many more options available to modify how the Ajax behaves. Today we will discuss those options.
Today I will take you through a very basic Ajax example using jQuery. Usually Ajax can be cumbersome to use, but with jQuery it is very simple.