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70+ AJAX Enhancements for based-JavaScript Web Applications Today in this post, jsB@nk would like to provide you a list of 70+ AJAX utilities, AJAX tools and AJAX applications to enhance your JavaScript applications, based-JavaScript web applications.

In this list, there were many AJAX utilities already presented on jsB@nk:
- AJAX Page Content Loader
- GreyBox: Cool HTML/JavaScript/AJAX/Flash Window Popup
- Interstitial Content Box

But there are still many JavaScript tools need you to reveal. Let's go to the inner page for detailed list.

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AJAX inline text edit 2.0

A small piece of javascript reads al SPAN tags, checks if it has class=“editText” and a id=. If that is true, it adds a onclick function. That onclick function will create a textfield or input (depending on the size of the editable text). Someone has the ability to edit the field. When the text field is blurred, it will read the contents, and starts a XMLHttpRequest and ‘sends’ the content + fieldname + any set vars to an update file. That file will update your database, and reply with the newly set text and the textfield will dissapear again.

AJAX instant edit script

Create flickr-like Editing Fields

  1. Show user the data field normally (for instance: the title of a picture)
  2. When mouse rolls over that title, make the background of the word yellow
  3. If the user clicks on the word, change that word to a input box with the word in it. Also show a “save” and “cancel” button
  4. A user can rename the picture and then push “save.”
  5. Run a little script that updates the name into the database
  6. Remove the input box and the buttons and return to the original title display (updated with new title).

Create flickr-like Editing Fields

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