Comments on: XmlHttpRequest – blast from the past or future https://technology.amis.nl/2005/03/05/xmlhttprequest-blast-from-the-past-or-future/ Friends of Oracle and Java Sat, 25 Apr 2015 11:36:47 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2 By: Marco Gralike https://technology.amis.nl/2005/03/05/xmlhttprequest-blast-from-the-past-or-future/#comment-1895 Thu, 18 Aug 2005 12:59:04 +0000 /?p=448#comment-1895 But be aware, there may be more going on than you know. Look at this article called “Using the XMLHttpRequest Object and AJAX to Spy On You” (http://www.devx.com/webdev/Article/28861).

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By: Lucas https://technology.amis.nl/2005/03/05/xmlhttprequest-blast-from-the-past-or-future/#comment-1894 Sun, 27 Mar 2005 20:24:22 +0000 /?p=448#comment-1894 I think an essay titled “Ajax: A New Approach to Web Applications” by Jesse James Garrett February 18, 2005 provides a good overview of where developments currently are. Find this essay at http://www.adaptivepath.com/publications/essays/archives/000385.php. Especially the following image from this essay seems enlightening:. It does also remind me of Oracle’s Project Cherokee… a JavaScript render engine driven by the server side Model.

I feel that AJAX and the XMLHttpRequest makes sense for a smaller set of functionality: the bulk of the webpages will continue to be generated by JSPs. However, validation, conditional population of select-items, step-by-step build up of a tree (navigator), refresh of the contents of a table (re-sort, next range-set), etc. will allow for a seemingly more dynamic, more responsive HTML user interface.

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By: Greg https://technology.amis.nl/2005/03/05/xmlhttprequest-blast-from-the-past-or-future/#comment-1893 Fri, 25 Mar 2005 16:32:48 +0000 /?p=448#comment-1893 Gmail current tells you that your username password combination is incorrect without reloading the page. It is very refreshing.

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By: Jim https://technology.amis.nl/2005/03/05/xmlhttprequest-blast-from-the-past-or-future/#comment-1892 Wed, 09 Mar 2005 15:01:23 +0000 /?p=448#comment-1892 One fascinating application of this is a login system without the traditional page refresh.

http://www.jamesdam.com/ajax_login/login.html

I can’t wait to see XMLHttpRequest in action more often redefining the traditional web interface.

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By: Java Utilities https://technology.amis.nl/2005/03/05/xmlhttprequest-blast-from-the-past-or-future/#comment-1891 Sun, 06 Mar 2005 12:19:48 +0000 /?p=448#comment-1891 I suppose the real news is that both of the two big browsers are supporting it and that some big players are starting to use it. This means defacto standard coming up and any browser that want to be anything in the future is going to have to support it.

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By: Jasper https://technology.amis.nl/2005/03/05/xmlhttprequest-blast-from-the-past-or-future/#comment-1890 Sun, 06 Mar 2005 10:12:47 +0000 /?p=448#comment-1890 isn’t this what google suggest is doing? http://www.googlemania.com/noticias.php?1070&Google+Suggest+Dissected

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By: Ravi https://technology.amis.nl/2005/03/05/xmlhttprequest-blast-from-the-past-or-future/#comment-1889 Sun, 06 Mar 2005 09:40:02 +0000 /?p=448#comment-1889 I had seen one great search engine script which works using this method but cant remember it now :(
Some live examples here – http://www.fiftyfoureleven.com/resources/programming/xmlhttprequest/examples

cheers
Ravi

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By: Lucas https://technology.amis.nl/2005/03/05/xmlhttprequest-blast-from-the-past-or-future/#comment-1888 Sun, 06 Mar 2005 09:25:15 +0000 /?p=448#comment-1888 I found an interesting introduction to the XMLHttpRequestObject at Dynamic HTML and XML: The XMLHttpRequest Object (5th December 2004)

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