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    Devil's Reject Electropulse's Avatar
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    Web 2.0 design
    anybody know of any cool tutorials for web2.0 and AJAX.

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    Affiliate Manager nish's Avatar
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    Electropulse,

    This can be a good start: http://www-128.ibm.com/developerwork...xw01MasterAJAX
    The Resources mentioned at the end of the article are a good read.

    If you want to check out a working example, visit MontRED (www.montred.com) and look out for Your Corner and Tags. Tags feature is not fully baked yet.

    Ajaxian.com is a good blog related to AJAX.

    Feel free to PM me with any specific questions

    cheers!
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    I don't know if there's a Web 2.0 tutorial. I suggest following sites as they come out on del.icio.us. For example, this will be a great URL to reference: http://del.icio.us/tag/web2.0/. A couple other nice sites are http://www.techcrunch.com/ and http://www.emilychang.com/go/ehub/. Just watch what's coming out and try to come up with your own innovative twist in Web 2.0. It's really a flourishing new style of site building and it's definitely worth moving into.

    - Scott
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    Affiliate Manager nish's Avatar
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    And here are two interesting threads that Snib had started a while back:

    AJAX for Affiliate Marketing
    Web 2.0

    cheers!
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    Here is a very interesting article if you want a Web 2.0 looking design without the Web 2.0 functionality. I'm currently redesigning my main site to achieve this effect and it is looking super clean and functional. Can't wait to unleash it.
    Keep on learning, keep on earning. :fan:

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    I had never heard of the term Web 2.0 before this thread. Great reading!

    I found this O'Reilly article that gives some history of the name. I'm just starting it and appears to be good.


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    The real key to Web 2.0 design is creating a convenient channel for users to contribute and extract data from your site. They need to be able to use RSS readers to stay up to date with your content updates. Just look at www.clipfire.com which allows users to submit deals on their own. Search results are all available in RSS so shoppers can subscribe to the results pertaining to their interests. This is really what Web 2.0 is about. I honestly don't believe the way your site looks will make it Web 2.0. Functionality is most important.

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    A good central starting point for Web 2.0 stuff is http://www.web20workgroup.com/.

    -John.
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    ABW Ambassador Snib's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrrl
    A good central starting point for Web 2.0 stuff is http://www.web20workgroup.com/.

    -John.
    Now the real trick is to build something nice enough to get listed on these blogs.

    - Scott
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