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Hi there,

I am looking for a framework to integrate some AJAX Functionality into
my webapp. First thing I would like to do, is an edit function that
opens up a layer with an edit field and shifts the content underneath
further down.

I had a look on prototype and sript.aculo.us but could not get the
desired function with the edit field.

Thank you in advance for any hint on this and maybe a few tipps how to
get it startet.

Best regards,

Andy
Oct 23 '07 #1
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On 23 Oct, 16:35, Merlin Morgenstern <ngro...@fastmail.fmwrote:
Hi there,

I am looking for a framework to integrate some AJAX Functionality into
my webapp. First thing I would like to do, is an edit function that
opens up a layer with an edit field and shifts the content underneath
further down.

I had a look on prototype and sript.aculo.us but could not get the
desired function with the edit field.

Thank you in advance for any hint on this and maybe a few tipps how to
get it startet.

Best regards,

Andy
AJAX implies that the server will be involved. What language are you
using there?

Oct 23 '07 #2

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Captain Paralytic schrieb:
On 23 Oct, 16:35, Merlin Morgenstern <ngro...@fastmail.fmwrote:
>Hi there,

I am looking for a framework to integrate some AJAX Functionality into
my webapp. First thing I would like to do, is an edit function that
opens up a layer with an edit field and shifts the content underneath
further down.

I had a look on prototype and sript.aculo.us but could not get the
desired function with the edit field.

Thank you in advance for any hint on this and maybe a few tipps how to
get it startet.

Best regards,

Andy

AJAX implies that the server will be involved. What language are you
using there?
Hi,

I am using PHP
Oct 23 '07 #3

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Merlin Morgenstern wrote:
>>
AJAX implies that the server will be involved. What language are you
using there?
Hi,

I am using PHP
Try xAjax, I have found it to be the easiest of the lot to understand.
Oct 23 '07 #4

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