Monthly Archives: July 2005

developer.mozilla.org page

Looks like theres a relatively newish article on developer.mozilla.org covering the realm of ajax. The article is wiki tutorial/link clearing house, and while its still listed as alpha (there are still some parts missing) it looks like it should be a useful resource in the future. And speaking of some parts still being missing, there…

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Vindication!

Looks like I’m not just a grumpy dwarf battling against the flow. Someone else uncovering problems with AJAX’s asynchrony here. In 99% of cases this worked fine, until I suddenly discovered nodes appearing under the wrong parent. What had happened was that the server was under more load, there were more nodes in one particular…

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Backbase – Rich Internet App Framework

Backbase provides “Rich Internet Application (RIA) software that radically improves the usability and effectiveness of online applications, and increases developer productivity. With Backbase you can build web applications with a richer and more responsive user experience.” Why Backbase? Based on Web Standards: XHTML, CSS and DOM Powerful XML-based User Interface language Zero install: no plug-ins,…

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