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Anyone out there used Sajax?
It came up when I searched "PHP Ajax", and I'd like to know if it's worth my time and effort, or if I should branch out and add in Ajax functionality without a toolkit to help me.

(I'm working on a website for a friend, and I'd like to add a little bit of Ajax to the RSVP page (not yet up) to help the user experience. If it's too much effort, I will do it old-school with lots of post-backs.)

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bradsour January 17th, 2008
I have not used it and I actually just learned what it was recently and thought it was a pretty cool addition for web pages.

shadowravyn January 17th, 2008
Ajax? Now how will a bathroom scrubber help a website. You computer people sure are silly. ~_^

anitra January 17th, 2008
Eh, I think it's a stupid name/acronym, but that's the common name for it. Better than "Web 2.0", at least. :)

aleksandyr January 17th, 2008
Hmm. I don't do a lot of PHP, but Sajax looks fairly hardcore (read as: overkill).

I'd just use MooTools and PHP's built in JSON (http://us.php.net/json) --- you can make out-of-band requests using MooTools's JSON client, get a hashtable back, and then do as you will :)

I'd be happy to put together an example.

anitra January 17th, 2008
Interesting. I'll look into it.

(Anonymous) January 23rd, 2008
Sajax (http://www.ajaxprojects.com/ajax/projects/PHP_Frameworks/Sajax.php) review on ajaxprojects

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