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Simple Jquery Ajax with Codeigniter Part 2

Posted on : 08-06-2009 | In : Codeigniter, Jquery, Screencasts

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Following on from part one in this screencast we will take a look at one of the Ajax functions $.get.

We will take a look at how to perfom a $.get request and how to handle the callback.


Screencast Time: 21:55

I will add a download on the last screecast of this series.

Comments (9)

Thanks a lot Web Lee!!! The best screencast about codeigniter + jquery ajax!!!
Daniel, from Brazil!

This was very very useful. Thanks a lot!

thx…
very nice n easy to understand..
hope can see much tutorial from u about jquery n code igniter..
a ton of thx..
ardlian

Excellent. I hope more and more podcasts are coming.

Very great !!!

I’m really waiting for your next tutorial about CodeIgniter and Jquery.

Thank you so much,
Hong

Good pace. Thanks for creating
Are the source files still available?

Good screencasts, my only criticisms are your pronunciation of get and integer… inteegre?? ha

Good work

very nice, thanks :)

Great screencast. Very helpful. Had to make minor adjustments for the latest CI version though. Great all the same!

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