// Tutorials

List of Tutorials in 'ajax'

  • Working with Pyjamas and Dajaxice

    Added on Friday the 10th of February

    This short tutorial explains how to call Djaxice functions directly from Pyjamas and use the returned context.

  • Add an AJAX powered quick search to any django site

    Added on Thursday the 16th of February

    Do you have a Django website with a large Knowledgebase? Do you want to make this knowledgebase easily searchable from any page on your site with a fancy jQuery auto-complete box? This tutorial has your solution!

  • Django and AJAX: Dajaxice

    Added on Monday the 16th of April

    A introductory tutorial to Django and AJAX. This tutorial will focus on just Dajaxice, and not Dajax. Dajaxice is portable between backend frameworks and does not depend on any JavaScript framework.

  • Django and AJAX: jQuery

    Added on Tuesday the 5th of June

    This tutorial will focus on using Django with pure jQuery, and making use of Class-based views. This tutorial will introduce something I like to call a dual-view. A single view with multiple output formats.

  • Django and AJAX: Dajax

    Added on Sunday the 10th of June

    Dajax enables you to build web applications using only Python code and HTML, with little to no JavaScript required.

  • AJAX-enabled Comments

    Added on Monday the 30th of July

    Need an easy and non-intrusive method of preventing spam using django.contrib.comments framework? I got your solution right here.

  • Easy as pie Ajax with Django and Bootstrap

    Added on Sunday the 7th of April

    Need a quick and effortless way to Ajax enable your Django and Bootstrap website? Look no further than bootstrap-ajax.

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