List of Ajax form Validators

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mooTools

First off I’d Like to say Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!! Inputing correct data into any web application or website is very important. There is two different ways to validate forms by either Server-side or Client-side. The list below is Client-Side Ajax Form Validator. mooTools Framework fValidator – is built over MooTools v1.1 and it supports Multiple forms per page supported. fValidator is compatible and tested in Internet Explorer, Firefox (and its mozilla friends), Opera and… Read more »


List of Image Cropping Scripts

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Updated March 24 After looking for awhile for a script that will crop your image in the browser I decided to put a list together. I found various types of scripts that will accomplish this. The list below is a list of image cropping scripts. cfImageCropper – This script is written in Coldfusion. The Demo of this script works very well and the code is very simple to implement. jsCropper – This javascript image cropping… Read more »


10 Auto Complete Ajax Scripts

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In 2005 when Google implemented Google Suggest, Ajax took off. Every web developer was trying to duplicate what Google accomplished. Its now 2008 and there are tons of ways to accomplish Google Suggest. Below is a list of 10 Auto Complete Scripts with various frameworks. The list below is in no particular order. jqac – Is jQuery plugin for autocomplete. jqac is very easy to implement and has a scrollable suggests list. It also allows… Read more »


10 Edit In-Place Ajax Scripts

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In an Era of Ajax and an increase use of Edit in place, I decided to put together a list of edit in place scripts. I hope this list will help you in your quest to make your web application or website more user friendly. This list is in no particular order. tEditable – In place editing for tables using the jQuery Framework. It works by allowing you to that edit cells in a table… Read more »


Tooltips for the Prototype framework

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Prototip

Prototip allows you to easily create both simple and complex tooltips using the Prototype javascript framework. If you also use Scriptaculous you can even add some nice effects to them. With Prototip you can show images, html, and even style the tooltip with css. There many different variations that you can create with Prototip.