Projects / Sajax


Sajax is a simple toolkit to expose functions in your PHP scripts as JavaScript stubs which can be called by the browser to do work on the server without refreshing the page. It utilizes XMLHttpRequest to make the magic happen. This kind of technology, generally known as remote scripting or "Ajax," is becoming popular and is used extensively by Google (GMail, Google Suggests, Google Maps) and others to provide another level of interactivity within Web pages.


Recent releases

  •  30 Jan 2006 12:27

    Release Notes: Numerous improvements were made to the PHP backend, including better support for object serialization and some bugfixes.

    •  22 Mar 2005 06:01

      Release Notes: The PHP backend now supports POST and sending data to another URL. ASP and Cold Fusion MX backends were added.

      •  15 Mar 2005 07:37

        Release Notes: Extensive changes were made to the PHP backend. Specifically, the JavaScript code was refactored, Sajax.php was renamed to incl_sajax.php, and rs_* calls were renamed to sajax_*. Support for Ruby and support for Io were added.

        •  09 Mar 2005 22:41

          Release Notes: A Lua backend has been added. A bug in the PHP long tags code has been fixed.

          •  09 Mar 2005 05:37

            Release Notes: This release switches to long tags in the PHP version. It adds experimental Perl and Python backends.


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