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    AJAX Class

    I searched the forums and could not come up with a class that would aid in AJAX usage on a website. I'm doing things such as form submisssion etc. It just becomes a big mess when you try to do it by hand.
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    What would the class do? Your PHP script can't tell the difference between an AJAX request and a normal page request. It doesn't have to respond any differently.

    A JavaScript library would be useful for managing connections and handling responses, but that's not PHP>

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    I was just searching the forums for the same thing. Googling turns up this page: http://ajaxpatterns.org/PHP_Ajax_Frameworks. hope that helps.


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