Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 15th Oct 2005 15:33 UTC, submitted by anonymous
General Development Popularized through its use in a number of well-known Web application services like GMail, Google Maps, Flickr, and Odeo.com, AJAX provides Web developers with a way of expanding the value and function of their Web applications by using asynchronous XML messaging. This article shows you how to implement a Web browser-based SOAP Web services client using the Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) design pattern.
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RE[2]: Amazing stuff AJAX
by Sphinx on Mon 17th Oct 2005 00:21 UTC in reply to "RE: Amazing stuff AJAX"
Sphinx
Member since:
2005-07-09

Maybe if I scream louder you'll get it: MIXING CONTENT AND PRESENTATION IS WRONG. Coldfusion is crap no better than jsp/asp and you must be a real cheerleader to read that into it. I said it's un-evolved knuckle dragging throw away code and a waste of time writing it.

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RE[3]: Amazing stuff AJAX
by Kick The Donkey on Tue 18th Oct 2005 10:38 in reply to "RE[2]: Amazing stuff AJAX"
Kick The Donkey Member since:
2005-07-06

Not everybody, need every app to be a masterpieace of web programming. Sometimes, you just need a couple of quick forms, and a hook up to the database.

While you where still busy digging out your Java classes, and figuring out which new classes you were going to have to build to inherit from those classes, I'd have a perfectly functional PHP app up and running.

Who cares how pretty the code is? It works!!!! And for 50% of the apps that are out there, THAT is more important.

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