Continuous integration (CI) is fast becoming part of the standard development model for creating high quality software, and rightly so. Delivering reliably high quality software is in the best interest of yourself, your manager and your clients. This is not an article about Continuous Integration itself, but will introduce Hudson, a key tool, and may help you to implement your own CI strategy. Last year we also published a tutorial on phpUnderControl, which is another CI tool that you might like to consider.
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In this very basic example I am demonstrating how to interactively load Html Select elements aka drop down boxes with AJAX and PHP. After a user logs in successfully the first select element provides the user with options for a car make. Based on this first selection a second select element gets rendered to further narrowing down the search by specifying the car model.