Ajaxy 1.0

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
Program licensingScript Licensing : Commercial License ($8.00)
CreatedCreated : Dec 9, 2009
Size downloadDownloads : 4
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This script was designed for small websites where ...

This script was designed for small websites where there are a small number of pages to load.
It will scale, but it hasn’ t been designed for massive e-commerce shops or anything like that.
Most important functions of Ajaxy by James Padolsey:
• Back button support – many Ajax driven websites don’t support the back-button in browsers, meaning that user have no means to bring back previous content. ajaxy 1.0 utilises a hashing mechanism to enable this.
• Bookmarkable URLs – whenever new content is loaded, the URL ’s hash will change to reflect the changes – this URL is unique and can be used to retrieve the same content at a later date, much like a regular URL .
• Configurable loading notifier – built-in to ajax [ajaxy1.0.exe] is a flexible “loader” that is used to inform the user of a pending request.
• No page refreshes. The user doesn’t need to wait for an entire page to reload, and for all the elements to be rendered.
• Allows for a more fluid user experience. You have control over what happens between requests.
• The user is never left with a blank white screen, as they might be when navigating in the conventional way.
• Allows to address connection issues within the comfort of your template. The user isn’t faced with a horrible browser message. For example, if their connection goes dead while on your website, and if they try to access a new page, you can simply show them a message to that effect.
• Fully bookmarkable plus back-button support. Using Ajaxy - 0MB does not diminish usability whatsoever; I’ve made every effort to make this as accessible and usable as an ajax_integration-solution can be!
• Ajaxy 1.0 is very flexible. It will work in most situations. If, for example, you need to re-initiate event handlers within a replaced area, Ajaxy provides a way to do that via function callbacks. Although, I recommend you use jQuery’s live() for most event handling.
• jQuery 1. 3 or higher
• JavaScript enabled on client side

Ajaxy 1.0 scripting tags: ajax, dynamically load content, support, user, load page, ajaxy, ajax integration. What is new in Ajaxy 1.0 software script? - Unable to find Ajaxy 1.0 news. What is improvements are expecting? Newly-made Ajaxy 1.1 will be downloaded from here. You may download directly. Please write the reviews of the Ajaxy. License limitations are unspecified.