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Spellify 1.0 - An Automatic Text Field Spell Checker

Spellify is a script.aculo.us/prototype based spell checker for form fields that utilizes Google as its spell check engine. Last month, Spellify released version 1.0 - officially taking the application out of beta and bringing it to prime time.

Check out the short video below for a demo:

Homepage: spellify.com
Spell Check for Multiple Lines: spellify.com/extended.html

The Forms Demo:

Requirements
- PHP 4+ with CURL library installed (developed using PHP 4.4.6)
- script.aculo.us 1.8.0 (latest prototype.js, and effects.js required)

Browser Compatibility
IE7, FF2, IE6, Opera 9, Safari 3. May work in other browsers as well.

Visit the download page

Create Your Own Blog @ Ajaxonomy

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That's right, members of Ajaxonomy.com can create their own personal blog! Registration is free - just sign up over on the right side of page (or log in with your OpenID). As a registered user you will be able to write and edit posts and have your own RSS feed. If that wasn't enough, your posts even have an opportunity to be promoted to the homepage and main rss feed of the site.

So, sign up today and get posting!

Yahoo! Maps gives Flash the Boot!

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Straight from the Yahoo Developer Network, Jason Levitt informs us that Yahoo Maps is now using pure JavaScript instead of a hybrid of Flash and JavaScript. If that wasn't enough, he also informs us that a new version of the Maps AJAX API will be available next year! Read the full post below:

You'd hardly know it by going to maps.yahoo.com, but Yahoo! Maps are now pure JavaScript instead of a hybrid of Flash and JavaScript. Lead Maps Developer Mirek Grymuza and the Maps team have done an amazing job of seamlessly moving the Maps client over resulting in at least double the performance of the previous Flash-based version.

The good news for developers is that the new Yahoo! Maps client uses an enhanced version of our Maps AJAX API which will be available to developers in 2008. This substantial upgrade of the Maps API will provide access to all the overlay components available in the consumer client and will give developers significant overlay flexibility. It's going to be a great new year for Yahoo! Maps users and developers.

Read the original post at the Yahoo Developer Network here.

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