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  • Virtual Panel: Evolution of JavaScript Frameworks for HTML 5

    In this virtual panel the creators and core developers of Dojo, YUI, Prototype, script.aculo.us, MooTools and GWT talk about the evolution of JavaScript for the new API's that are exposed with HTML 5. These API's deal with 2D drawing, drag & drop, history, media, client-side persistent storage, server-sent events and more.

  • Adding Ajax Support to the ASP.NET MVC Framework

    The official CTP release of the ASP.NET MVC Framework does not include any support for AJAX, yet. In the meantime there are several samples available, which show how to add AJAX features to ASP.NET MVC applications.

  • Prototype 1.6 and Script.aculo.us 1.8 Bring Performance and Ajax Enhancements

    In what is being deemed the most significant update since its creation 2 years ago, Prototype 1.6 along with Script.aculo.us 1.8 have been released.

  • Interview: Joe Walker discusses DWR

    InfoQ spoke with Joe Walker at QCon London 2007 about the DWR toolkit. Walker discussed DWR 2.0 including new features such as details about reverse AJAX, the deal with TIBCO, DWR support in IDEs, the integration with Spring, future plans for DWR, and interesting applications of DWR from the very large to the very flashy.

  • Presentation: Prototype and Script.aculo.us: spending weekends at home again

    Script.aculo.us creator Thomas Fuchs gives an overview about the concepts and functionality of both Prototype and the script.aculo.us libraries, provides advice on what and what not to expect and gives pointers and hints on how to get started.

  • JBoss RichFaces 3.1: Ajax4JSF and Exadel RichFaces integrated as single open source library

    JBoss, a division of RedHat, recently released version 3.1 of the RichFaces JSF library. Stemming from a partnership with Exadel, this release is the first one to integrate the Ajax4JSF project with the formerly commercial RichFaces. InfoQ took the opportunity to learn more about RichFaces and what this release brings to the JSF space.

  • Picking an Ajax Framework

    Dr. Dobbs is currently featuring a case study of the Ajax framework selection process of a development team at T. Rowe Price. The article considers GWT, Dojo, Prototype/Scriptaculous, and Yahoo UI Library.

  • Interview with Ajaxian.com's Dion Almaer

    In this interview Ajaxian cofounder Dion Almaer talks about the state of Ajax development today. Among the items he discusses are the history of how Ajax came to be, which frameworks he recommends developers consider, and tooling/debuggins support. Almaer also talks about security and general design considerations that need to be respected when creating Ajax enabled applications.

  • Interview: Rails and JavaScript Wizards

    Thomas Fuchs, author of the massively popular Scriptaculous JavaScript library and Michael Buffington, well-known Rails programmer and author of the surprise hit online-game Unroll (llor.nu) have a casual conversation with Obie Fernandez about the power of mixing JavaScript with Ruby on Rails and smart development.

  • Prototype the most popular Ajax framework across Java, .NET, & Rails communities

    According to recently released survey results from Ajaxian.com, prototype is the most popular ajax framework in use, by a large margin, followed by Scriptaculous (which is built on prototype). Java-based Dojo and DWR came in 3rd . Backend platforms were also surveyed, with PHP the most used for Ajax, followed by Java, .NET, and Rails.

  • Beautiful JavaScript Windows and Dialogs for your Application

    French expert user-interface programmer Sebastien Gruhier releases latest version of his beautiful Prototype Windows code, based on Prototype and compatible with Scriptaculous effects.

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