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5-02-2007 @ 6:59PM
There is no freakin AJAX involved in wowgems.jponrails.comAnd I am a AJAX programmer myself so I should somehow find some clues to it if there where any.Only thing that may be referred to as AJAX (that I found on the Site so far) is the script.aculo.us Framework that can do some shiny effects I haven't seen somewhere.If it would be AJAX you wouldn't need to refresh the whole page, the page would basically alter itself without you noticing.Everything you click triggers a page-reload. So I somehow doubt there is any AJAX involved in the process, there aren't even any mouseover effects you where Information for the Mouseover is async loaded.For the gems, the whole thing looks pretty mutch like a Ruby on Rails application (now that's something cool, not the non-existing AJAX). But I somehow don't really like the site. I mean, you can pretty mutch do the same thing on WoWhead by creating applying filters on the gem-category. Maybe Xornoth's Site is probably better to find particular gems for a special socket whatever, but I either use ingame tools like #2 noted or prefer to use wowhead with some filters.
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