Java is a language that is used more and more to create a quick way of calling up web services without the need of submitting the current page. This makes for fast loading time which is something we all strive for. More and more the ways of making things faster are becoming more important. Heavy loads for opening pages are a thing that should be in the past.
Snippets and more from Ntt.cc
This is a good resource to go to for all manner of items. They have freebees of code as well as various kinds of plug-ins for WordPress and a full series of Tutorials on Java code. The amount of items on this site provide you with an array of good content besides the normal stuff like links to places where they will receive a commission.. Well that’s fine, we all have to live, don’t we?
I can’t give you a completely rundown on how to make your Java unobtrusive. I am no Java fundi and most of it is, quite frankly, over my head but I think it makes sense even if I don’t understand how to put it into practice. From what I understood he gives rules on how to utilize it without being dependent on it.
Specky Boy Design Magazine
Specky boy has come up with 40 assorted Ajax and Java script items that are free.
This is a good assortment covering a range of programs which allow you to create things in Java and Ajax. While you might not know java this can help you create what you need by remote. It’s an interesting assortment. Some of which I didn’t even know existed. One of those includes a shopping cart in Ajax. The original page didn’t work but all the various down loads are on the Ajax page above.
Hunlock Advocates Tools web designer should have
One of the things they offer is a routine in Ajax for you to include in your arsenal of tools. Anyone looking for good tools that aren’t normally include but that you use often, take a look at the list available here and see if you can’t pick it up tools you require.
It is a “Web Practitioners Blog” so when you get inside you will understand.
Here they give you good advice about combining code to save on server requests and items like that. Trouble is things keep being updated so your scripts become old fashioned and out of date. When that happens you need to up date too.
They recommend not using gzip as IE has problems with it and give you suggestions as to how to get around the problem of it is not working correctly.
How browsers work
The Coding Horror is a blog which has a few oldies but goodies that need to be read as to how java and search engines work. Although it is old, it keeps getting updated so don’t miss out on what they have to say. Jeff Atwood keeps up to date with his knowledge and it’s good to learn from people who know what they are talking about.