I think it�s a right place to ask general questions about AJAX. Currently we have VB6 client � server application. The application is login-based application and deals with money. As VB6 will be out of support soon, our manager is talking about rewriting the application to web using AJAX. I don�t have any experience with AJAX, but I have some with JS. And it�s not good. So I am wondering will it be appropriate to write client part of secure application that deals with money in AJAX? Is there any security issues? How about browser compatibility? How stable AJAX now and what future does it have? [ September 24, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
Ajax has good browser support and is quite stable. But as with any other web application, all business logic and secure information must be handled on the server using the same security techniques that would be applied to a web app not using Ajax.
I'm backing Bear here. We've been developing a huge ebanking system for a famous private banking institution and there is a good load of Ajax in there Of course, there are more things to think about when using Ajax because there are more possible execution paths, but in the end if you do your analysis correctly, this should not be a problem.