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Ajax Password Strength Meter

Many website visitors often fill in many registration or login forms and there is often required a passwords. Have you ever tried to crack a password? It is quite easy for basic programmers. But all depends on how strong the password is. It means how many characters does it have or if the password contains some numbers or upper case letters. The more complicated password is, the harder is to crack it by someone....

GoingUp: Free Web Stats With SEO Features

Very handy, powerful and free web-based website statistics service with an AJAX-rich interface and SEO features – this is GoingUp! GoingUp! tracks every activity on your site and all data are presented nicely with charts, heatmaps, country flags, etc. With GoingUp! you can see your visitors, referring URLs and even search engine traffic, see your SEO efforts by graphing keyword positions over time, set custom...

Elastic CSS Framework

Elastic is a very useful CSS framework which enables you to create elastic, fixed and liquid layouts with any column variations. Using Elastic CSS is like a conversation with the code as it uses a declarative language. It supports “combining classes” which helps creating almost any type of layout. And, it comes with a set of helper classes, to accomplish hard things by pure CSS like: same-height,...

Web2Cal: AJAX Drag&Drop Events Calendar

Web2Calendar is a powerful, fast and complex web2 style calendaring system that can be integrated into an application with extreme ease. It is very easy to mimic outlook style or google style calendar on your website or applications. Multiple views like day, week, month, agenda, workshift or work week are available. It comes with over 35 options to customize. You do not have to worry about the complexeties involved...

jQuery BlockUI Plugin

Using the XMLHttpRequest object in synchronous mode causes the entire browser to lock until the remote call completes. This is usually not a desirable behavior. The jQuery BlockUI Plugin lets you simulate synchronous behavior when using AJAX, without locking the browser. When activated, it will prevent user activity with the page (or part of the page) until it is deactivated. BlockUI is useful for creating...

qWikiOffice: A Desktop-like Web

The qWikiOffice Web Desktop is an open source project which combines the AJAX technology, the Ext JS library and the PHP, resulting in cutting edge web application graphics similar to a desktop environment. Besides a user friendly environment, qWikiOffice offers a powerful platform for which developers can deploy web applications. Any number of these web applications can be plugged into qWikiOffice to create...

DHX: Professional DHTML Extensions

DHTMLX Toolkit is a comprehensive set of AJAX-based DHTML UI (User Interface) components. These libraries allow you to bring desktop-like functionality to the web. Dynamical loading and other special techniques allow the components to load and update data on page seamlessly without delay. As the components are written entirely in JavaScript, they can be easily integrated with any server-side technology (samples...

dojo: The JavaScript Toolkit

The Dojo Toolkit is an open-source JavaScript toolkit useful for building impressive web applications. It shortens the time between idea and implementation by providing an exceptionally well conceived API and set of tools for assisting and fixing the issues experienced in everyday web development. The Dojo Toolkit is scalable, fast, robust, and supplies a solid set of tools for DOM manipulation, animations,...

JavaScript XMLHttpRequest Object

XMLHttpRequest is one of the goals of AJAX technology. But what XMLHttpRequest actually is, where it comes from or how we can use it will be the content of this short post.

Advanced AJAX Preloader Creator

Most web developers know that status of document loading where data is on the way but browser still doesn’t have enough bytes to display requested content. In these cases, there’s good practice to inform a user that requested content is loading and will be available soon. This is much better than let a user stare at blank page without information what’s going on. For mentioned above purposes...

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