This new demo is much cleaner, up to date, and fuller featured.

Because the old article was a bit of a different scope, I'll leave it alone, just refer to this one.

build an instantly updating dynamic website with jquery ajax-38

This isn't really a tutorial about CSS, but if you want to peak at it, go for it.

Shout out to Mike Rundle who shared the CSS for those buttons the other day on Twitter as I was working on this and I stole it. This is the plan in plain English: Not much to it really.

One of the most important aspects of Web 2.0 is that a user's experience is more like that of a desktop application than a Web site.

a basic example for using jquery ajax and php for fetching data from a database. So I need to know how to extend your code to achieve this.

Although the Real-Time Web is a relatively recent mainstream phrase, real-time Web technologies have been around for over 10 years.

They were mainly used by companies building software targeted at the financial services sector or in Web chat applications. In 2006 these solutions were given an umbrella term called Comet, but even with a defined name the solutions were still considered hacks. In my opinion there are a number of factors that have moved real-time Web technologies to the forefront of Web application development.

Say something like this: View Demo Download Files There is no excuse for the navigation of a website to be completely broken without Java Script enabled.

So the best approach here is just to create these pages and the navigation as plain ol' semantic HTML. The navigation links to the files that contain that content, and are fully formed functional pages on their own.

The focus at Pusher, for example, is to let you concentrate on building your real-time Web applications by offering a hosted API which makes it quick and easy to add scalable real-time functionality to Web and mobile apps.