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  • What is Ajax? -- Amy Hoy describes the basics of Ajax. She covers server requests, Prototype, XML, debugging tools and code packages.

  • Microsoft Ajax Library Cheat Sheets -- ASP.NET Resources provides these downloadable cheat sheets for for JavaScript base type extensions: Array, Boolean, Date, Error, Number, Object, and String.

  • Prototype Dissected -- This fast reference card details properties and methods in the Prototype library.

  • A Field Guide to Scriptaculous -- This guide covers combination effects, basic syntax,  toggling, default options.

  • Mootools R.83 Cheat Sheet -- Jonathan Snook created this fast reference for the Mootools library.

  • Prototype.JS Cheat Sheet -- This resource is a Prototype Javascript / AJAX Cheat Sheet and Quick Reference Guide.

 

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This was last updated in May 2010
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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