Posts Tagged ‘Ajax’

Mocking jQuery AJAX with AmplifyJS Request

Web Dev .NET: Mocking jQuery AJAX with AmplifyJS Request. The timeline of a recent project involved parallel development of a feature I was working on and the API I was to work with. Under normal circumstances this would have required my waiting for the API to be complete before I was able to fully do […]

Google Bot now crawls arbitrary Javascript sites

Google Bot now crawls arbitrary Javascript sites. I think we were all confident that the day would come where search engines would in fact browse our AJAXified websites, but it’s nice to see some logged evidence that we’re dealing with it today. I recall the days when it was severely frowned upon when equivalent data […]

Breaking the Web with hash-bangs

isolani – Javascript: Breaking the Web with hash-bangs. This article is rightfully making the rounds, it’s really important that you read it. For those not familiar with hash-bangs, it’s the newfangled “solution” (from Google) to create AJAX-crawlable websites. The best real-life example you’ve likely seen is the URL structure of New (is it still considered […]

We Haven’t Forgotten About Accessibility, Have We?

There was a time when accessibility conversations took place as much as the latest tricks with CSS or JavaScript. Has the world moved on, leaving accessibility in the dust? Realizing that I have done my fair share of neglecting accessibility best practices lately, I’m going to focus on it.

Improving Your Process: Maintaining Product Quality

As a Web designer or developer, it’s important to make sure that your products remain top quality, regardless of any speed bumps you may encounter.

Accelerated DOM Scripting Book Review

What’s great about Accelerated DOM Scripting by Jonathan Snook, is that in the end, there is no doubt about it that JavaScript libraries aren’t what make the magic happen; the JavaScript does. I’m really thrilled to have read this book and absolutely recommend you add it to your library.

Bulletproof Ajax Book Review

There’s a lot more to Ajax than the buzzword it has become recently. It has generated some serious usability and accessibility discussion to go along with all of the innovative applications it’s been involved with. Bulletproof Ajax by Jeremy Keith aims to start you off right with best practices surrounding this new technique.

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