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Ajax Frameworks

How to use AJAX in your applications

Read our review of all AJAX PHP frameworks:
Thorough review of AJAX frameworks for PHP, part I

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new! iBox (www, demo, zip)
Lightweight script that lets you overlay images, divs, and HTML on your current page. It is damn easy to install and setup.

AJASON (www, zip, demo)
PHP based framework. It uses JSON (Javascript Object Notation) to encode/decode data between server and browser; so it isn't full AJAX (it doesn't use XML). Open-source license by multiple contributors.

AjaxAC (www, zip, demo)
Encapsulates the entire application in a single PHP class.

  • All application code is self-contained in a single class (plus any additional JavaScript libraries)
  • Calling PHP file / HTML page is very clean. All that is required is creating of the application class, then referencing the application JavaScript and attaching any required HTML elements to the application.
  • Built in functionality for easily handling JavaScript events
  • Built in functionality for creating subrequests and handling them
  • Allows for custom configuration values, so certain elements can be set at run time
  • No messy JavaScript code clogging up the calling HTML code - all events are dynamically attached
  • Easy to integrate with templating engine due to above 2 reasons
  • Easy to hook in to existing PHP classes or MySQL database for returning data from subrequests
  • Extensible widget structure to be able to easily create further JavaScript objects (this needs a bit of work though)