Creating the Front End of a Search Engine with AJAX
Welcome to the first part of a three-part series that will show you how to create a search engine that fetches content from a database. We will use PHP and AJAX to create this engine. This article will focus on creating the search engine's front end.
After showing you the complete source code that comprises the client module of this AJAX-driven search engine, I hope you’ll have enough time to tweak it and introduce your own improvements and changes.
We’ve come to the end of this article. In this first tutorial of the series, I showed you in a friendly fashion how to create the front-end of an AJAX-based search engine. Logically, there are still more topics to cover, such the development of the application’s server module, which will be created with PHP 5.
Therefore, I’m afraid you’ll have to read the next article to learn how this will be done. I'll see you then!
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