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Ajax for Web Application Developers: Ajax hype has come and gone

 
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But Ajax is still here and it settled into pretty much mainstream.
What we saw at first was a flood of sites using the tehnology and providing no service. Ajax is just a tool to improve your product service.

@Kris
How do you think the whole "desktop in a browser" story will fold out in the next couple of years. What I see now is that browsers are slow on working at some larger javascript code and there are instances when browsers ask should they quit an attempt since it is taking too long. And with the new HTML standards will they try to push XMLs expansion or is resistance trully futile

All the best hope not too confusing with questions!
 
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Hi Kris,
This thread is still waiting for your reply.
 
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"there are instances when browsers ask should they quit an attempt since it is taking too long"

If you see that type of message, than that is a poorly architected solution.

Most people that use Ajax do not use XML!

Unless we stop using http, we will not see any major changes.

Eric
 
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