AJAPH is an object that can send AJAX requests and process the responses. It supports HTTP GET or POST requests, and synchronous or asynchronous requests with optional parameters. It can set a given page element to an image while waiting for the response. Request responses can be handled as HTML, XML, JSON, or text.
AIDS (AJAX Image Dump System) is a simple, yet powerful AJAX-based image host system. It's geared toward forum usage, and it generates bb-code for cutting and pasting into forums that support bb-code. It lets people create user accounts to keep track of their pictures, reaccess them later to view stats, delete them, or simply copy the bb-code again.
APIlity Agua is an AJAX application that allows users to manage their Google AdWords accounts in an interactive and asynchronous way. The application behaves almost like a program on your desktop, but runs entirely in your Web browser. The name Agua stands for APIlity GUI for AdWords.
The ATRACO Project is a prototype implementation of a trusted ambient ecology system that runs and manages activity spheres in an Ambient Intelligence Space. Activity spheres are realized by automatically discovering, selecting, and adapting smart devices (artefacts) existing in the space, according to user's preferences, customs, and activities. OWL ontologies are used for modeling user profile, devices, activities, and goal descriptions. Abstract plans are bound to specific devices, methods, and values through semantic matching.
ATutor is a standards-compliant Web-based Learning Content Management System (LCMS) designed with accessibility and adaptability in mind. Administrators can install or update ATutor in minutes and customize it with their own look and feel. Educators can quickly retrieve repository content, assemble, package, and redistribute their own content, and conduct their courses online. Students learn in an adaptive learning environment.