[tpm] TPM talk suggestions

Mike Ashton Mashton at 4All.com
Fri Apr 18 12:09:14 PDT 2008

We're actually in the middle of an ajax project. Like Adam said, the 
server side is pretty much standard cgi, you just basicaly have to 
decide on the data transport method you want to use.

We looked at a lot of  ajax libraries like scriptaculous and a few 
others. But we settled on ExtJS ( extjs.com ), it is a very impressive 
package. The site has a lot of tutorials and demos to help you step 
through the build process. There are none done with perl, but a few do 
with php and ruby so it is easy to extend that into the perl world. They 
also have a very active forum for support or they also do have paid 
support if you really need it or want assistance in a rapid build.


Shaun Fryer wrote:
> If you like, you're free to use the following library for Ajax (Utils.httpReq).
> I know there are alot of them out there, including Prototype which is widely
> used. Mine however, also handles syncronous requests cross-browser, which to
> my knowledge no other OSS libraries do.
>     http://sourcery.ca/js/Utils.js
> Of course any questions can be addressed to me. For pretty small stuff
> (<15 mins), I don't mind occasionally helping out with JavaScripting pro-bono.
> Cheers,
> --
>     Shaun Fryer
> On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 12:06:26PM -0400, adam.prime at utoronto.ca wrote:
>> new Ajax(url, {
>>      method: 'get',
>>      update: $('replace_me')
>> }).request();
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