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Somebody knows if there is somebody doing a framework or something similar to work whit AJAX? Or maybe some sort of specialized editor?

My questions is because working with asynchronous in the current way we do requeries a big effort for doing a good interface.

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Here's a link to 2,010,000 pages that appear to have something to do with AJAX frameworks:

http://www.google.com/search?q=ajax%20framework

The first one is actually rather good.
 
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Be sure to look at the Taconite framework, too! With it you barely have to write any JavaScript and can write new or updated XHTML as XHTML, rather than using JavaScript commands like document.createElement and document.appendChild.

Taconite is an Apache 2 licensed project available here: http://taconite.sf.net.

Ryan Asleson
Co-Author, "Foundations of Ajax"
Taconite Lead Developer (taconite.sf.net)
 
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Thank you guys. I'll check it out right now...
[ November 15, 2005: Message edited by: Daniel del Castillo ]
 
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