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19 Jan 2007

Link: Prototype Javascript Library easing the development of dynamic web applications

01 Sep 2006

Link: A Flurry of Prototype Updates

13 Jul 2006

Link: SitePoint Blogs » Bookmarks and back button history for AJAX apps

30 Jun 2006

Link: Sylvain Zimmer » Speeding up Prototype’s Selector

20 Mar 2006

Link: AJAX Activity Indicators

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Headache inducing, but a useful resource nonetheless

24 Aug 2005

Link: Behaviour : Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript behaviours

Something I should really get into the habit of doing - separating javascript completely from the presentation.

28 Jun 2005

Link: script.aculo.us - web 2.0 javascript

Ajax and effects library based on Ruby On Rails' Prototype

17 Jun 2005

Link: Content with Style: Fixing the Back Button and Enabling Bookmarking for AJAX Apps

A solution for maintaining bookmarks and back button functionality in ajax-ified web apps

06 Jun 2005

Link: Main Page - AjaxPatterns

17 May 2005

Link: Kayak

brilliant example of ajax interface

16 May 2005

Link: LukeW: AJAX Interface Design

more notes on ajax, including issues that should be kept in mind

15 May 2005

Link: Powazek: Just a Thought: Ajax, Ajax Everywhere

04 Apr 2005

Link: dojo.io.bind()

Another Javascript library for Ajax

23 Mar 2005

Link: Prototype: Object-Oriented Javascript Library

Awesome javascript library which simplifies AJAX calls to such a wonderfully easy level

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