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This article, " Why Ajax Sucks " is a spoof article constructed by Chris McEvoy (with apologies to Jakob Nielsen.)

Nonprofit Email Design: 20 Tips for More Effective Emails

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Use of animated gifs, flash, videos, iframes, forms, javascript, AJAX are not recommended. But how do you keep track of them? Email Design.

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Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Getting Started with the Salesforce.com AJAX Toolkit Getting Started with the Salesforce.com AJAX Toolkit Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2006 07:42 Written by Steve Monday, 24 April 2006 07:41 I use the Salesforce.com AJAX toolkit. Use the AJAX toolkit. Use the AJAX toolkit.

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If you’re creating hyperlink fields that call Salesforce S-Controls, they will fail with an invalid session Id error if you upgrade the S-Controls to the new Ajax toolkit. I recently upgraded some old code to the new Ajax toolkit to take advantage of the speed improvements and relationship queries. All Rights Reserved.

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4 Nerdiest Upcoming Convio Features

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Author: Noah Cooper. And proud of it. If not, well. I'll try to keep the tech jargon to a minimum, but no promises. 1) HTML5. The time has come.

Is Google+ The Future Of Networking, Social And Otherwise?

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As HTML5 and Ajax make web apps more sophisticaed -- and those apps run well regardless of the operating system -- the IOS and Android-specific apps will wane as the cross-platform web apps take precedence. This makes for a very engaging and, once you have a handle on it, comfortable social network right out of the gate. Social Media

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Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) Group News | LinkedIn

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This brave new world of touchscreens, aggregated data, and pastel AJAX-based social networking sites, is partly fueled by consumers' desires for faster, lighter, and often cheaper (if not free) technologies Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) Group News | LinkedIn: "New applications and technologies are being developed at a rapid pace.

WordPress vs Drupal. Fight!

NTEN

And if you want to get more deeply under the hood, both platforms require some understanding of the respective platforms (how plug-ins work in WP, how modules work in Drupal), and probably a bit of PHP, HTML, or AJAX to add bells and whistles to the theme. Michelle Murrain , Drupal Developer, OpenIssue. that aren’t one or the other.

Buzzword Buzz

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

One key development - to me perhaps the most exciting - is an approach to web development called AJAX. This is just what Ajax means to change. To make a long story really short, an Ajax application uses JavaScript to get data from the server whenever it is needed, without requiring the browser to redraw the entire page. Web2.0.

Beaconfire Buzz: April 8, 2011

Beaconfire Wire

Lots of AJAX-y goodness to be had using the “Placeholder Generator.” The wait is over – more bloggy goodness from the BeaconfireWire.

What is cloud computing?

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

As the limitations of both AJAX and Flash are overcome (and as both develop further) expect even more usability for online applications.

J is for javascript.

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

If you do some web programming but you haven't tried the new Ajax techniques in your Web projects yet, you can find some great examples that demystify the whole thing in Ajax Hacks , by Bruce Perry. Not a programmer? You might want to skip this posting. So it's what's on my mind. XPATH promises a way out.

Google Spreadsheets

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Take a look: you'll find that the program has a nice, crisp responsiveness unusual in a web app, showing off the Google development team's expertise with Ajax. I agree - while Google released a very nice Ajax spreadsheet today, they didn't exactly change the world. Last week Google announced their new Spreadsheets offering.

Web 2.0 Part I

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After that, I’ll go under the hood, and talk about things like open APIs and AJAX. { Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Web 2.0 Part I September 9, 2006 I liked doing the Intellectual Property series in the earlier incarnation of this blog.

When Worlds Collide

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Considering Dan invented the entire idea of the electronic spreadsheet as we know it, we'd be fools not be interested. Take a look.

Friday Links: June 23

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Programming If you're a web developer eager to get your feet wet with the new Ajax techniques but not sure where to start, take a look at Ajax Hacks , by Bruce W. Blogging Problogger , a service trying to make some money helping people blog, has Darren Rowse's blogging advice this week in Business Blogging 101. Perry.

Yahoo Javascript Libraries go OpenSource

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

And its not just making waves among industry pundits following Yahoo's twists and turns - it's big news for developers who want to use new approaches to web applications - like Ajax - without spending - or charging - a fortune to build or buy code to do it. It's certainly big news. And the developer blogosphere is buzzing with the news.

Hub-bub

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

She also features interviews with the developers of projects that catch her interest. In other words, its a candy store for programmers.

Basic Tips for Evaluating New Technologies for Your Nonprofit

Tech Soup Blog

This post originally appeared on NTEN's blog. New applications and technologies are being developed at a rapid pace. read more.

CommunityOne West and JavaOne: Free Event in San Francisco for Open Source Developers and Other Techies for Good

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Choose from 70+ expert led talks on: Cloud Platforms - Development and deployment in the cloud. trends. CommunityOne is sponsored by Sun Microsystems.

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The DOM methods presented here are not specific to (tags: javascript dom ajax ) This entry was posted on Saturday, December 2nd, 2006 at 8:20 am and is filed under Misc. methods and how to use them from JavaScript. You will learn how to create, access and control, and remove HTML elements dynamically. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.

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And then check out this gem: …and optimizing performance using the new functionality in SOQL combined with the new AppExchange AJAX toolkit Improvements to SOQL would be awesome! And a new AJAX toolkit–that is seriously exciting. AJAX beta 3.3 Pretty standard marketing speak about how the next release will be super.

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At the top of my S-Controls I include Saleforce’s AJAX toolkit, which is what makes them so powerful. But I found that migrating from the old ajax toolkit to the new one did the trick. Just so you know I am not very familiar with Ajax and Javascript, but I know some Java, Perl and SQL. I have no idea why, but it did.

Another view of this 2.0 thing

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Tools like Ajax, RSS, XML he sees as "refinements" of innovations from the.com period. techniques like Ajax access data more dynamically, the real paradigm change in his book will be when browser "pull" is replaced by push technologies. As you know, I've always been cautious of the marketing frenzy around "web2.0" The Web 2.0 Cold, eh?

Links Roundup: June 2

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You can also find it on Britt's Blogher site. Rebecca points out that idling vehicles is the Number One cause of air pollution in urban areas!

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I personally support any vendor who is trying to advance the ‘state of the art’ past the current AJAX/Javascript model. This entry was posted on Friday, May 4th, 2007 at 9:18 am and is filed under Technology. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 You can leave a response , or trackback from your own site.

Designers and Developers: Back Together Again Through Microformats and JQuery

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In the early days of web design there wasn't a great deal of difference between a web designer and a web developer. As Web 2.0 Is it a positive trend?

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I built a proof of concept for a timesheet data entry form using AJAX. This all started as a dotproject integration –connecting our project management system with our CRM. But it turns out that we really don’t need dotproject. The ways were managing projects is pretty straightforward–we’re not gant chart folks.

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Glenn Wilson | Friday, 30 March 2007 at 6:56 am My “Blow your mind&# moment came when I realized that I could take use 2 lines of code to turn an APEX Code method to a WSDL that could be accessed via AJAX and could clean up a huge amount of ugly JavaScript code. My first 25-line Apex coding project will replace a 400+ line S-Control.

That Was The Year That Was

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

So we've just started developing an Ajax -based web calendar that can take its information from a variety of different sources, and allow authorized users to edit the calendars over the web. I see Ajax emerging as a very important tool that will help both non-profits and businesses build more responsive and active public websites.

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So when they wanted to release the Autocomplete feature, they wrote a big code block using the dojo AJAX toiolkit and made it easy for you to drop it into the special place where it will execute on every page. In this case it’s the new Salesforce.com Autocomplete Lookups code. But more interesting is the way it is implemented.

The "neigh"sayers take the floor again

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

But if Steven used AJAX and Ruby on Rails, Yahoo will pay millions and Tim O'Reilly will beg him to keynote. So let's beat that dead horse one more time. because Jeffrey Zeldman said it so well in his A List Apart blog last month. You know which dead horse I mean - is Web 2.0 That old debate. Zeldman's posting comes down right where I am.

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Now it will be supported New AJAX toolkit and Eclipse plugin. Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Big Salesforce update this week Big Salesforce update this week Last Updated on Thursday, 4 January 2007 06:04 Written by Steve Thursday, 4 January 2007 04:26 Salesforce.com is once again making a major January release. And I mean major.

Keeping up with the news

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

His most recent post describes an Ajax-based chatroom service you can add to your blog or website with just a few includes. How can you possibly keep up with all the new little internet-based software applications being placed online everyday? There are a few web-sites devoted to serving as portals to all these new apps. Solution Watch.

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These can be hyperlinks to other objects in Salesforce.com, custom code, external sites, etc. Here’s a custom link that pulls up a Yahoo! The {!Id}

ARIA - More Than Just a Pretty Tune

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AJAX, RIA? A few years ago, it seemed most of the new technology buzzwords were music to the web accessibility guru’s ears.

2011 NTC Preview: Practical HTML5/CSS3 for Nonprofits

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AJAX, SEO, B2B anyone? ( Orignally posted on the NTEN Blog ). The crowd will be huge, right? And cheering? HTML5 is the latest in a long line of buzzwords — Web 2.0, — around Web Design and Development. We often hear from clients that they want to convert something to HTML5. Don’t forget that word: “canvas.&#