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I wanted to use AJAX in my VB application, under Vista.  I think it will make my charts work faster.  I don't know where to start.  How do I import the AJAX library into a windows application ? Where should I put my AJAX code ? Help, please, it's URGENTZ !!!!!

Posted 25-Aug-09 11:23am
Edited 7-Sep-09 2:15am
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Solution 4

Liquid Nitrogen.

 (he's cracked, I knew he would)

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Solution 5

Dont get upset dude [over the remark made so far].
Actually ,the only thing which they are trying to tell you is to clear the concepts of AJAX [what,where and how],before even thinging to impliment it.
 

No WORRIES... Smile | :)
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Solution 12

Sadly, this "question" is indistinguishable from any of the real ones asked nowadays. :(
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Solution 13

Ajax is very abrasive.
Please never clean your teeth with it.
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Solution 1

You need to go into the room of mirrors, sit down, and have a very hard look around.

Jörgen was here. (Minor improvement... Wink | ;) )

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Solution 3

Ajax was an ancient Greek hero who appears in Homer's Iliad and in a tragedy by Sophocles. Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.

I would suggest that you find out some information about Ajax before posting here. A well-appointed library with a classics section should have some good information on Ajax.

I assume, of course, that you are not talking about the detergent!

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Solution 2

I can only assume that it is the detergent named Ajax you are in need of. That's about the only type of Ajax I'd use with VB anyway.

Simply go to the store and buy a bottle for $3.99, go home, apply it and start scrubbing. You'll be done in no time.

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Solution 8

The correct reply to your question can be found here[^].
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John Simmons / outlaw programmer at 14-May-11 13:20pm
   
Compensated for 1 voting nimrod.
Keith Barrow at 14-May-11 17:57pm
   
I seem to have attracted my own univoter, now I belong!
   
They 1-voted my post here too. :/
Keith Barrow at 16-May-11 17:08pm
   
Compensated.
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Solution 10

AJAX stands for (A)syncronous (J)avascript (a)nd (X)ml. Windows applications have other better ways to communicate. Of course they can make use of AJAX by using browser control but that would be like loading a web browser into the Windows Application.
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ThePhantomUpvoter at 25-Apr-13 16:30pm
   
He knows that. Check the date of the question and who asked it.
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Solution 9

Why was this thread resurrected? It's two years old.
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Solution 7

That's hilarious. A new user went far enough back in the site to find a question I asked as a joke when the site was in beta, and answered me. I don't get why people feel the need to answer quesions that have been correctly answered before, esp when their answer repeats an answer already given, but in this case, I guess he didn't get the joke.
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Keith Barrow at 14-May-11 10:12am
   
"I don't get why people feel the need to answer quesions that have been correctly answered before"
reputation: just like posting spurious comments like "Good Answer"
Keith Barrow at 31-Jul-14 4:41am
   
This is future you speaking - good answer!
You've become quite the rep wh*re BTW....
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Solution 6

ajax is meant for communication between server & client without submitting the form. in an application where everything happens at one place ajax is of no importance.
 
this is how u shud answr Shucks | :-\
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