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Ajax requests using jQuery and PHP
December 28, 2009 @ 10:16:19

In a recent post to the Web Development Blog there's a tutorial about creating a simple script to connect to Flickr and run a search to return matching image thumbnail information.

Our last tutorial about the flickr API was an example on how-to search the flickr photo database for images using some short PHP code. This time we will use parts from the past tutorial together with some jQuery Ajax requests to show our photo search result without reloading the web page.

They include the code for the different parts of the application - the HTML for the frontend form, the Ajax functions to access the PHP backend interface and the PHP code to make the request over to the Flickr API for images matching your search term.

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