IRA flood the gaf with Queens Pound

The Peoples Republic Of Cork analyze the latest news in North-South relations. What’s with all the Sterling floating around in Co. Cork, and why did the Orange Order turn down a chance to march in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade?

What a weird week for Irish republicanism and Cork. Have you checked your back garden for buried treasure?
What a wasted opportunity for republicans to show a bunch of hardened right winged Unionists how daycint Cork is, the best example of civilization on the island. Sure they would have loved it! They’d be heading back up North singing De Banks and telling everybody on the Shankill stories they heard about Henrys, going back to a gaf up in Churchfield after the parade after-party and having a jar in the Hi-B.

SAJAX – Simple Ajax Toolkit by ModernMethod – XMLHTTPRequest Toolkit for PHP

Now that XMLHTTPRequest has been renamed Ajax by Joe Public, it’s gaining more and more attention.
SAJAX is another toolkit, along the same lines as JPSpan in that you can call PHP functions directly from your web browser. The latest release also has backends for Perl and Python. Other language backends are a possibility if they’re contributed.
One major drawback of this project in it’s current state is, “Lack of type checking and support for rich return types”. JPSpan allows complex data types such as arrays to be passed back and forth between Javascript and PHP and from what I can see of the examples, SAJAX doesn’t support asynchronous calls either, yet.

multiplication example

/* PHP */
function multiply($x, $y) {
  return $x * $y;
}

/* JAVASCRIPT */
function do_multiply() {
  // get the folder name
  var x, y;

  x = document.getElementById("x").value;
  y = document.getElementById("y").value;
  x_multiply(x, y, do_multiply_cb);
}