I have recently been asked to create a tabbed interface for a few projects which does not require any page reloading. I am familiar with working with the Yahoo! User Interface Library (YUI) and decided to use their tabview component to make this happen.
What you need:
- Yahoo User Interface Library
- HTML (View Source)
A simple example:
Check this code out in action (reusing the tabs I created from the jappler menus).
You can easily “View Source” and use that as an example. The possibilities of customizing the “tabview” component are endless and can also be seen on jappler.com’s home page.
Moral of the story
Check out the YUI library, look at the examples and start using and reusing the code! This speeds up development and will make your life easier!
Please bare with me as I make some changes to my comments code here on my blog. I am trying to make use of an awesome AJAX comments plugin as well as dress up the interface.
I know this has been available for awhile, but I wanted to highlight it for anyone who has not heard of it. We all know and love O’Reilly books. I have several. I also have a subscription to Safari Bookshelf in case I have free time and want to read a good technical book. O’Reilly recently began offering Rough Cuts – a preview into some books on cutting edge technology incase you cannot wait until it is published…and they are free to look at. Want to pick up some AJAX skills? There are some AJAX books waiting for you! Enjoy.
[tags]O’Reilly, Sarari Bookshelf, Rough Cuts, AJAX[/tags]
After months of reading about it, I thought I would share some of the best articles on AJAX that I have come across:
[tags]AJAX, XMLHttpRequest [/tags]
I finally had a few minutes to download the latest Release Candidate of WordPress 2.0 yesterday and install it. Like usual, I created a full backup of my current site files and database, then installed the new version of WordPress and ran the super easy “upgrade” script. I was extrememly surprised when I did not encounter any real issues…especially since I hacked together so much with WordPress 1.5. My plugins worked and this I am able to post! I have not had a lot of time to play around with all the new features (most which are behind the scenes), but I look forward to checking them out soon.
I am including a screenshot of the admin area to show anyone who has not used a CMS or a blog just how easy it is to post content on a web site. If you can type and click a mouse button, you can have your own web site If you have never played with AJAX, there are lot of little AJAX goodies in this latest release!Â Good job WordPress developers on the new release!
[tags]WordPress, AJAX, CMS, blog[/tags]
Well. A good calendar solution is always needed for business and/or personal needs. I just happened to stumble on a really cool PHP/CSS/AJAX solution: Monket Calendar. Check out the demo. As of now, it is still in beta testing, but it looks promising. (Especially since it supports RSS and iCal…as well as used AJAX. I need some more AJAX in my life.
[tags]Monket Calendar, AJAX[/tags]