We already know, when it comes to Ajax, there's never too much information. Even the smallest writing that has "Ajax" in it's title makes us click. Everything that claims to be web 2.0 must have this magic ingredient inside. There are so many places where Ajax would perform better than everything else out there and there's no wonder any more that every day brings something new, better, lighter or amazingly beautiful. We wanted so badly something that would do everything that Ajax can, something that would be able to create such effects without even thinking of Flash. With a huge impact over the user and browsing experience and such a strong community of developers. Dialog boxes, file uploads, frameworks or new demos, everything gathered here in a developer roundup featuring the best Ajax resources of September.
"A great "another" lightbox ajax window."
"Tigermouse is a modern web applications framework for PHP. It relies on AJAX technology, so in pair with being lightweight enables you to build dynamic, responsive and interactive web applications."
"The long wait is over. We now have a page full of mootools working examples."
"Need an Ajax loading gif, favicons, or a cool sounding web 2.0 name? If you answered yes to any of those, then head on over to WebScriptLab."
"This script makes it easy to create a sliding carousel component like the one seen at www.curbly.com. Inspired by www.panic.com/coda."
"Imagine a complex Rich Internet Application using different hidden requests and processes working side by side. Protoload makes it easy to show the User what is going on."
"Web developers can create amazing web applications with AJAX Stikkit Netvibes GMail and dozens of further web projects offer a new level interactivity we ve used to give up"
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"Free AJAX Spell checker. Instantly Spellcheck Your Text Online for Free"
"A new feature on Google Maps that allows you to add maps to your blog or website just by copying and pasting a snippet of HTML. And once you embed the map, it has all the same functionality of the Google Maps you know and love; it's clickable, draggable, and zoomable."
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"Lightbox is a simple, unobtrusive script used to overlay images on the current page. It's a snap to setup and works on all modern browsers."
An excellent jQuery overview by Simon Willison
"A demonstration of how to use ASP NET AJAX to implement a Label that swaps to a TextBox for editing when clicked and then saves its value when editing is completed"