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Jun 26, 2012

Author: Hirvesh Posted At: 6/26/2012 Tags: , , , , , , ,

AjaxML - A jQuery Plugin Which Allows Dead-Simple Use Of Ajax In Web Pages

AjaxML was designed to decrease development time of Ajax requests, as it was measured to reduce development time upto 60% from time consumed using normal jQuery Ajax.

It takes care of forms submitting with Ajax as hyperlinks.  Uploading should be easy and without using many third-party libraries - AjaxML does the job as well.

AjaxML is a set of functions that allow you to declare Ajax behaviour in your web pages with as little coding as possible. In fact, if you have no special needs beyond basic XHR use, you need no code at all.

The idea is simple. A set of attributes added to your web page elements specify what you need to be done. The javascript code is automatically injected once you include "ajaxml.js" in the page.

One of the problems of ajax requests is bookmarking feaure loss, and broswer history support is another headache. Using AjaxML, you can just mention what is the hash value for your link,
and that's it.

AjaxML can be seen as a small addition to HTML. Although currently reported as invalid in strict XHTML, no exceptions will be raised.

The first implementation uses (and thus requires) jQuery for cross-browser compatibility. Support for other libraries is being considered.

The first implementation handles HTML data. It does not automatically handle JSON, XML, or XSL transformations on returned data. These are being developed and tested and will be released shortly.

Special handling for Ajax-enabled widgets is also being developed. The first widgets to be supported will be jQuery UI components. More will be coming shortly.

Browser Support

  •  Mozilla Firefox 3.6 or higher
  •  Internet Explorer 6 or higher
  •  Google Chrome
  •  Safari

Requirements: jQuery
License: GPLv3

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