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Floss Valley Blog:
Developing AJAX Application using Smarty and Xajax
December 11, 2007 @ 07:59:00

On the Floss Valley blog, there's a tutorial posted on creating a sample PHP-driven, Ajax-enabled website using the Smarty templating system and the Xajax library.

This tutorial will explain how to develop a simple AJAX application using Smarty and Xajax with a simple example. The sample application is developed in a Fedora 7 + Apache-2.2 + MySQL-5 server.

They require you to already have some software installed (like PHP, MySQL, ADOdb, Xajax and Smarty) before you get started - no installation guides for those though. They do, however show how to:

  • Create the database structure
  • Lay out the source code files
  • Make the configuration
  • Connection to the database and to the Ajax script
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