Evan Trimboli of the Ext-JS team just published an article describing Ext.Direct, a remoting API that is part of Ext 3.0.
Site owners sometimes need to make sure secure connections are used. They can do this quickly with this Apache rule.
TweetSo far the standard way of making data connections in Ajax applications has been over XmlHttpRequest, which requires clients to constantly poll backend servers. Adobe is taking advantage of the opportunity to open up a solid platform capable of providing persistent connections (server push / Comet) and the AMF specification. According to the Adobe Labs [...]
TweetAccording to Michael Carter, of Comet Daily, evidence of a surefire way to use Comet with IE is purely anecdotal. He describes the steps he followed to uncover the cause of dropped connections in his ActiveX htmlfile hack and how to elegantly work around the issue. Read the whole story here… Blogged with Flock Tags: [...]
Tweet$E() is for those of us who use the prototype framework, and have written additional functions to manage new elements and their contents.
TweetRob Gonda posted this today, which I had also experienced while attempting to connect to the Yahoo! Maps API. The solution in my case was to add charset=”utf-8″ to the cfhttp call.