Use jQuery and PHP to build an Ajax-driven Web page

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Use jQuery and PHP to build an Ajax-driven Web page

This article shows how to use jQuery to easily add Ajax functionality to any PHP Web application. You’ll build a simple Web application with PHP and MySQL — a phone book containing names and phone numbers. The application has all the standard things you’d expect — a way to search for names or phone numbers, a MySQL table, etc. Next, you’ll add jQuery to the application, giving you the ability to search for names and phone numbers in real time, as you type. When you’re done, you should have a pretty good grounding in not only some jQuery basics but also in the fundamentals of Ajax.

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~ by WPA Staff on February 17, 2010.

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