Previously in another post, I had created a uploader using simple HTML and PHP to upload files directly to Amazon AWS S3 server. In this tutorial, we will transform s3 uploader into Ajax based uploader using jQuery. Ajax makes it really easy for the user as the page doesn’t need to be reloaded and we can also show a progress bar as the user waits for the upload to finish.
There are plenty of Responsive menus on the net, which you can incorporate within your project to make an exciting navigation system. But more often than not we end up fixing and tweaking things with those menus! So today let’s focus on creating our own simple sliding navigation menu which will fit any screen size and also looks great.
Ajax forms are an integral part of web technology today and make sending HTTP requests pleasant for the user, no page reloads and it’s fast. jQuery Ajax can send-receive information in various formats such as HTML, JSON or XML. Today, Let’s learn various methods of jQuery Ajax to send data to the server and back.