FarmVille – New Enjoyment In Online Flash Gaming


FarmVille

facebook has done it again, being the leader in social networking it’s out done itself by launching on its own king of online flash gaming in the www (world wide web).

First when I heard about it from my friends and family, i thought its just another online game giving out trial games and then ask for money for playing the full game. But when i checked out the game i really liked it. And now  i am addicted to it.

In FarmVille you can plow, plant and harvest crops to earn money to further expand and improve your farmstead. You can also harvest trees and collect from animals.

It’s just a crazy world , farming your own land and it’s more fun when you see your own people interacting with by sending gifts, harvesting your crops or fertilizing your crops etc.

farmville

farmville

I AM TOTALLY ADDICTED TO IT NOW!!!!

and i know you are too, so what are yoiu waiting for…….. START FARMING NOW

More Info on Farville…..

Summary:

FarmVille is a real-time farm simulation game developed by Zynga, available as an application on the social networking website Facebook. The game allows members of Facebook to manage a virtual farm by planting, growing and harvesting virtual crops, trees, and livestock. Since its launch in June 2009, FarmVille has become the most popular game application on Facebook with 63.7 million active users on November 9th, 2009. FarmVille started as a duplicate of the popular Farm Town on Facebook.

More Info,,,,,,,,

Requirements:

Its requires the latest version of Adobe Falsh- flashplayer

Best browsers are: Firefox 3+ , IE7+ and Google Chrome 2+

All the best…. Don’t forget to help me in my farm!!!

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Basic AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML)


Ajax, sometimes written as AJAX (shorthand for asynchronous JavaScript and XML), is a group of interrelated web development techniques used on the client-side to create interactive web applications or rich Internet applications.

With Ajax, web applications can retrieve data from the server asynchronously in the background without interfering with the display and behavior of the existing page.


/**
* Declare global variable....
* @param string elementName this is to identify the elemnt in which the response should be dispalyed. like as div id (required)
*/
var elementName = "";

/**
* Open a connection to the specified URL, which is
* intended to provide an XML message. The specified data
* is sent to the server as parameters. This is the same as
* calling xmlOpen(“POST”, url, toSend, responseHandler).
*
* @param string url The URL to connect to.
* @param string toSend The data to send to the server; must be URL encoded.
* @param function responseHandler The Javascript function handling server response.
* @param function elementIdentify The elemnt in which the response should be dispalyed.
*/
function xmlPost(url, toSend, responseHandler, elementIdentify)
{
elementName = elementIdentify;
xmlOpen(“POST”, url, toSend, responseHandler);
}

/**
* Open a connection to the specified URL, which is
* intended to provide an XML message. No other data is
* sent to the server. This is the same as calling
* xmlOpen(“GET”, url, null, responseHandler).
*
* @param string url The URL to connect to.
* @param function responseHandler The Javascript function handling server response.
* @param function elementIdentify The elemnt in which the response should be dispalyed.
*/
function xmlGet(url, responseHandler, elementIdentify)
{
elementName = elementIdentify;
xmlOpen(“GET”, url, null, responseHandler);
/**
* This code can be used if you need to call the required function after every interval i.e seconds..
* setTimeout(“xmlGet(‘products.php’, notesResponseHandler)”,3000);
* setTimeout(“alert(‘products.php’)”,3000);
*/
}

/**
* Open a connection to the specified URL, which is
* intended to respond with an XML message.
*
* @param string method The connection method; either “GET” or “POST”.
* @param string url The URL to connect to.
* @param string toSend The data to send to the server; must be URL encoded.
* @param function responseHandler The Javascript function handling server response.
*/
function xmlOpen(method, url, toSend, responseHandler)
{
// alert(url);
if (window.XMLHttpRequest)
{
// browser has native support for XMLHttpRequest object
req = new XMLHttpRequest();
}
else if (window.ActiveXObject)
{
// try XMLHTTP ActiveX (Internet Explorer) version
req = new ActiveXObject(“Microsoft.XMLHTTP”);
}

if(req)
{
req.onreadystatechange = responseHandler;
req.open(method, url, true);
req.setRequestHeader(“content-type”,”application/x-www-form-urlencoded”);
req.send(toSend);
}
else
{
alert(‘Your browser does not seem to support XMLHttpRequest.’);
}
}

/**
* Handler for server’s response to notes.xml request.
* Notes are pulled from notes.xml and replace the
* contents of the DIV with id ‘notesSection’.
*/
function notesResponseHandler()
{
// Make sure the request is loaded (readyState = 4)
if (req.readyState == 4)
{
// Make sure the status is “OK”
if (req.status == 200)
{
var swappableSection = document.getElementById(elementName);
var str = req.responseText;
swappableSection.innerHTML = str;
}
else
{
alert(“There was a problem retrieving the XML data:\n” +
req.statusText);
}
}
}

/**
* When a file gets included in the page….
* Call the function on load or on click….
*/
//xmlGet(‘products.php’, notesResponseHandler);
//alert(‘called’);