There are 6 entries for the tag Ajax
Collapsible InfoPanel/Accordian is pretty much what it sounds like. Based on the extJS framework. Without being too negative, is it just me, or does the whole of extJS look incredibly ugly?
Maybe it's a framework that puts functionality above aesthetics, but all their demo sites look the same - blue, boring, and as if they desperately want to be windows applications.Technorati tags: Ajax, extJS
FancyUpload is a widget based on Swf and Ajax (custom, with mootools dependancies). It looks pretty slick. I've got a project in the works which might benefit from it greatly, so I'll find out soon how easy it is to integrate into an ASP.NET application (samples on the website are all for php, but it has no serverside dependancies).
This is an online demo of a fullish looking Ajax feed reader based around the extjs framework. Not the sort of thing that will appeal to everyone, but it has uses for certain people (possibly travellers without laptops, or people who work across multiple different PCs).Technorati tags: Ajax
Tetris, Ajax style. Once again, it's not just for drinking.
Technorati tags: Ajax, Gaming
Domgle is a beta version of an application which allows the searching of multiple databases via the web using Ajax technology.
Ie, something IBM should probably have included in the product themselves, but /shrug. It's in beta, and there's no download link on the site, but if you drop him a mail he'll send the template out to you.
Technorati tags: Domgle, Lotus, Domino, Ajax
Found in this article discussing Web 2.0:
Technorati tags: Ajax, Web 2.0