Ajaxel content management system and framework

Ajaxel content management system v9.1 and framework

Very simple ajaxified CMS and framework for any project needs. Edit your website content from backend or front end. Try and see how good this stuff is!

Ajaxel intranet system

Ajaxel orders intranet system

List of new incoming orders (from remote websites) with possibility to send mass E-mails with generated PDF attachments and SMS-es. Changing statuses, saving answers and others. Comes with Ajaxel CMS

Ajaxel live slot-machine game

Ajaxel live slot-machine game

Check this game, see how cool this is) 5x3 board to spin for win. Nice animations, playing music, bonuses, winner lists. Possible to make own icons, lines and prizes... Comes with Ajaxel CMS. Also, I have online poker game coming.

Timemonkey - efficient time management web based software

TimeMonkey - Efficient time management web-based

Think positive, save ideas, save thoughts, manage you tasks and control your calendar. Export calendar to your web site!

Ajaxel customer relationship manager

PollExpert - Professional survey web-based

Create your individual, corporate-, secure- or step-by-step online poll. You don't need to be an IT expert. Export results to excel.

Ajaxel customer relationship manager

Any other flying website with Ajaxel CMS. Development

Create your own desired project with help of Ajaxel Studio!

Scripts: Why Ajax

Why Ajax

Ajax has changed the web. There’s no doubt about that. It’s made the internet a happier place to be (well, when it’s used well) and has helped fuel the Web 2.0 movement to make it what it is today.

But what I’m left wondering is - why?

No, I’m not saying that Ajax is overrated or that it’s not really useful (I wouldn’t be writing for this site if I were). What I’m going for is more of why Ajax is as popular as it is and what it is about the way we use the web that makes it such a perfect fit.

When it first came on the scene, it was a neat toy. Don’t deny it, you tried it out to make something like a auto-completion search box or pulling in content from a server-side text file.

You were happy that there was something as cool as this that had the possibility to update content on command. Unfortunately, this is where some stopped. They saw it as this “toy” and dropped it like any other web-based feature, thinking it probably wouldn’t catch on.

Good thing they were wrong.

Other developers, ones fascinated by the potential Ajax had, took things even further. They saw what was really at the core of what made Ajax special.

They saw that, with Ajax, they could break free. Browsers had limited them to the “request a page and let it load” philosophy for so long they’d thought it was all there was.

Jesse James Garrett showed them different - he cracked the door open and showed a sliver of light to these hard-working souls and told them that there was another way. Javascript was the path to enlightenment, and through it, the ability to make their pages more than what they were.

This is what the “Ajax difference” really is - a way to break free of the oppression of the normal page load, a simple path to more advanced functionality, and the one thing that anyone that uses a computer wants at all times - a fast, responsive application that “just works”.

Ajax has changed the face of the web forever.

Save for some of the browser enhancements and a few other technologies, I dare to say that it’s had the most significant impact on the way we use the internet in it’s short life (well, the life as Ajax as coined by J.J.G. back in February 18th of 2005).

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