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Joshua Eichorn's Blog:
AJAX Answers
August 17, 2006 @ 14:05:24

Joshua Eichorn is back today with the answers to the questions as posed by the readers of his blog previously.

Your AJAX answers from my AJAX questions post are below, I hope everyone finds them helpful.

The questions answered include:

  • How can I find out whether a connection is broken?
  • Why would you want to use HTML_AJAX when there are far better tools for the job, pure javascript solutions such as prototype or jquery?
  • What is the best way to 'degrade' a website when Javascript/XMLHttpRequest support is disabled?
  • When utilizing an AJAX API such as Google Maps, how do you execute embedded Javascript commands in a page generated on-the-fly?

...as well as a few more. Where appropriate, he also includes code to help illustrate his point.

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