Intro to Unintrusive JavaScript with Django

September 21, 2008 The steps of the novice web developer are fraught with peril. They begin with HTML, then move onto CSS. They learn a web framework or two, and they finally start to wrangle with JavaScript. This tutorial aims to help the developer who has taken their first steps with Django, and wants to begin experimenting with adding JavaScript and Ajax to their webapps.

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Two-Faced Django Part 5: JQuery Ajax

December 12, 2007 Moving along in the Two-Faced-Django series, we look at using JQuery for Ajax in the webapp portion of our program.

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Using JQuery with Django for Autocomplete Fields

December 1, 2007 A rather rough and tumble walkthrough for using Django and JQuery to make autocomplete input fields.

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Custom Django Views for Happier Ajax

September 24, 2008 This is the second part in the Django, jQuery & Ajax tutorial series, and takes a look at improving our first stab at Ajaxy functionality with something a bit... how shall we put it... less awful, by using custom Django views to respond to Ajax requests.

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As-You-Type Slug Uniqueness Validation

September 27, 2008 This final entry in the Django, jQuery & Ajax series takes a look at implementing as-you-type validation for slug uniqueness. It's a bit briefer than the first three, but leaves the tutorial's Notes app with a bit of Ajax charm.

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Using Ajax with the BeepBeep Microframework

July 6, 2009 The second entry in the Introduction to BeepBeep series, this time we take a look at using Ajax with BeepBeep in an extremely simple and contrived example.

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