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Scriptin’ with JavaScript and Ajax: A Designer’s Guide Book Review

December 28th, 2011 Leave a comment
Scriptin' with JavaScript and Ajax: A Designer's Guide Book Review

Book Author: Charles Wyke-Smith The first thing you will notice about Scriptin’ with JavaScript and Ajax is that it presents a condensed yet thorough overview of JavaScript from the beginner’s standpoint and moves quickly into more advanced topics. The author attempts to present lessons in coding as well as ideas of good application development; addressing ideas of Software-as-a-Service as well as pointing out tips for clean functional programming. His writing style is simple and straightforward, which is great for a book targeted at beginners and puts learning within their reach. From a new developer’s standpoint the concepts of a modern,… View full post »

Check for Available Username with CakePHP, Ajax and jQuery

September 27th, 2010 Leave a comment 9 comments
Check for Available Username with CakePHP, Ajax and jQuery

When a user registers for your web site, it is usually a requirement that they have to select a unique username. It can be a pain when your usual usernames are taken. You keep submitting the form just to wait and then see an error message that the username is already taken. Using Ajax to check and see if a username is available before the user submits the form will make your registration page more friendly. Here is one method for doing it using CakePHP, Ajax and jQuery. First, we are going to create a very lighweight… View full post »