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Memory leaks with Ajax calls The ajax html data size is about 25000 bytes and contains img pointers This is the default which gives about 600kb memory leak per call $("#divmain").html(data); $("#divmain").show(); This gave no memory leak: //$("#divmain").html(data); // commented out the html assignment $("#divmain").show(); Memory leaks with Ajax calls
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I don't really know how to program in JavaScript and that's why I chose JQuery to do all the job with AJAX. Let's see how short and easy the solution in Mojolicious::Lite could be. To distinguish between normal requests and AJAX requests I check for X-Request-With header that contains XMLHttpRequest string (but remember that this header is set up by JQuery, if you use another JavaScript library read its documentation for setting headers). Using JQuery and AJAX in Mojolicious / No time to wait Using JQuery and AJAX in Mojolicious / No time to wait
Google Visualization API―データを操作する - 愚鈍人 本稿ではGoogle Visualization API の英文のドキュメント中にVisualizationと記述されている語をわかり易いようにチャートと呼ぶことにする。 例えばTable visualizationはテーブルチャートと記述する。 チャートだけでなくチャートの基となるデータの操作についてもGoogle Visualization APIは非常に高機能だ。 Google Visualization API―データを操作する - 愚鈍人
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ajax Description: Perform an asynchronous HTTP (Ajax) request. The $.ajax() function underlies all Ajax requests sent by jQuery. It is often unnecessary to directly call this function, as several higher-level alternatives like $.get() and .load() are available and are easier to use. If less common options are required, though, $.ajax() can be used more flexibly. At its simplest, the $.ajax() function can be called with no arguments: ajax
Very simple login using Perl, jQuery, Ajax, JSON and MySQL Very simple login using Perl, jQuery, Ajax, JSON and MySQL Introduction Since the beginning of the WWW, the developers try to equip their Web sites with new features and widgets to attract the users' attention and make the life much easier for them by applying the latest technologies. Nowadays, an average Web user, among other activities, shops, searches for information, registers to forums and communities, plays online games and communicates with the other users on the Internet. For most of these activities the user typically needs to register and then log in to the Web site.

75+ Tools for Visualizing your Data, CSS, Flash, jQuery, PHP

Most people would agree that the old adage “A picture is worth a thousand words” is also true for web based solutions. There should be no discussion – Charts and Graphs are ideal to visualize data in order to quickly deliver an overview and communicate key messages. Whatever type of data presentation you prefer or suits you data (pie charts, bubble charts, bar graphs, network diagrams etc.), there are many different options but how do you get started and what is technologically possible? 75+ Tools for Visualizing your Data, CSS, Flash, jQuery, PHP
Data::Google::Visualization::DataTable Data::Google::Visualization::DataTable - Easily create Google DataTable objects version 0.10 Easily create Google DataTable objects without worrying too much about typed data Google's excellent Visualization suite requires you to format your Javascript data very carefully. It's entirely possible to do this by hand, especially with the help of the most excellent JSON::XS but it's a bit fiddly, largely because Perl doesn't natively support data types and Google's API accepts a super-set of JSON - see "JSON vs Javascript" below. Data::Google::Visualization::DataTable
Its really hard to find a good flash based world map component to use in your web applications. They are either too complex to add or they cost quite a lot. And even sometime if you pay that, its tough to customize the chart as you want it to look like. But you know there is someone called “Uncle G” (i.e google) here who has almost all the components in his Pandora’s box. So lets see how can we use the geomap component from their Visualization Library. Using Google WorldMap visualization component in your applications « The Storyteller Using Google WorldMap visualization component in your applications « The Storyteller
CartoonSmart: jQuery Basics English | 4 Hours | .MOV | 1280x720 | H264 | 10fps 452kbps | AAC 64kbps | 933MBGenre: eLearning Four Amazing Tutorials on the Basics of jQuery Course 1 CSS Selectors Importing Jquery and why document order is important Writing your first statement Make a simple fadeOut transition Timing those methods Making a click-able anchor Making open and close button Looking at all animation methods Editing CSS with Jquery Adding Classes using Jquery Remove Class method Learning all Toggle methods Course 2 Working with multiple elements inside of one function Statement chaining and the .delay method Link events together Change any attribute with Jquery Removing attributes Remove entire elements Creating variables and using the console.log method Creating an element and using appendTo method Create animations using animate method Timing and callback on animate method Chaining the animate method Using the load ajax method CartoonSmart: jQuery Basics CartoonSmart: jQuery Basics
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Introduction to jQuery Introduction to jQuery | 1.9 Gb In its short history, jQuery has revolutionized front-end web development, making it faster, easier, and more rewarding to write JavaScript – allowing easier selection and manipulation of HTML elements, and ensuring that scripts work across the ever increasing landscape of browsers and operating systems. jQuery is now the most popular JavaScript library on the web, powering over 27% of the 10,000 most popular sites. This video walks the viewer through the essential concepts and syntaxes needed start writing simple-yet-powerful JavaScript using jQuery. Nate Haug and Jeff Robbins show many hands-on examples demonstrating how to use jQuery's simple syntax to choose and manipulate HTML elements, traverse the document object model (DOM), and to attach event handlers which can react to user interaction with the page.