Also more importantly would you say that in the future Ajax will be a part of almost all web development? Would every project be using Ajax?
Please comment and clarify my doubts? [ February 22, 2006: Message edited by: Liyaquat Ali ]
That brings me to my other, yet un-answered question:-
------------------------------ Also more importantly would you say that in the future Ajax will be a part of almost all web development? Would every project be using Ajax? ------------------------------
To your un-answered question: Will Ajax be part of every Web project? Oh yeah! Will your applications only be Ajax? Not a chance! In another thread where I talked about multiple device support Ajax is an arrow in your quiver. What I do think is that we will become used to developing UI's in different forms. Finally we will learn how to create UI's for disabled people, people that speak other languages, and devices that are large and small. For example, one topic that has not been discussed is; What about HDTV? Are your web pages HDTV ready? It's coming!
Well you seem to be pretty positive bout the future of Ajax, and you are of the opinion that Ajax will be part of every web based project. Not that I doubt it, I just wanted a second(or third) opinion. Even if Ajax is not part of every web project in the future and if it just a part of lets say 50% of web based projects it still will cause a major change in web project architecture. Guess the patterns you discussed in the book(Christian Gross: Ajax Patterns) will become more and more important and widely used and as someone on this forum suggested might even get more refined n become kind of a framework...
Well guyz thanx a million for the feedback.
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