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Simple Jquery Ajax with Codeigniter Part 3

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

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So now we have looked at the $.get request we now are going to look at the $.post request.

In this screencast we can see how we can submit form data through this request.


Screencast Time: 14:04

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Comments (9)

thank you so much for these screencasts! I was struggling to learn jquery ajax within CI for over a week and after watching you code, make mistakes, fix etc. I was able to grasp this fully. Thank you so very much.

Great efforts and podcast! Thanks.

i have a question:
i’m trying the post exercice, usung jquery and CI form_validation: how come i got my home page as response to the post.? i must miss something…
when i use the eve.preventDefault() it seems to stop the CI prossessing the form_validation->run()

You can still use form_validation() but it will have to be from the Ajax request.

kool two thumbs up 4 da screencast I also spent a hard time understanding jq but wait a go bro u helped us thx very much

Thanks for some excellent screencasts.
You have clearly put in a lot of effort, and it is appreciated.

very nice, thanks :)

Thanx a lot…
This is a nice screencasts!
really help us to connect jquery and CI…

Thank you, so much

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