Overview of Popular JavaScript Frameworks - ASP.NET AJAX This is the fifth and final istallment in the JavaScript frameworks overview series. For the past several weeks, we've been reviewing the top dozen frameworks in use in order to simplify the decision of choosing a framework. The problem isn't a lack of good choices, but rather an abundance of them! In the previous four installments, we covered: Part 1: Prototype, script.aculo.us, MooTools Part 2: JQuery, Yahoo! UI Library (YUI), MochiKit Part 3: Dojo, Rialto, Spry Part 4: qooxdoo, and SproutCore Overview of Popular JavaScript Frameworks - ASP.NET AJAX
An Introduction to JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) Digg This Add to del.icio.us JavaScript Object Notation, or JSON for short, is a lightweight data-interchange format which may prove to be a viable alternative to XML for IT developers. The purpose of a data-interchange format is to transfer information between potentially incompatible technologies. An Introduction to JavaScript Object Notation (JSON)
Cross-browser JSON Serialization in JavaScript Cross-browser JSON Serialization in JavaScript In this article we will examine the benefits of object serialization, the current browser implementations, and develop some code that could help your Ajax-based projects. Assume we have a fairly complex JavaScript object defined using literal notation: We can access any of the object properties in a variety of ways:
Working with AJAX and the Prototype JavaScript Library(Page 1 of 4 ) Before I continue exploring the neat features that come packaged with Prototype, let me recapitulate briefly the topics that I discussed in the previous article. In that way you will understand more easily the group of themes that I plan to cover in this tutorial. As you'll certainly remember, in the first part of the series I started explaining how to use some of the most popular functions included with this library. Working with AJAX and the Prototype JavaScript Library Working with AJAX and the Prototype JavaScript Library