Monthly Archives: August 2005

InfoWorld Review of Backbase Ajax Framework

Jouk Pleiter points me to the InfoWorld Review of the Backbase Rich Internet App framework. From the InfoWorld reivew: This impressive toolkit provides a mature, sophisticated collection of widgets for adding features normally expected in native applications to Web pages. The system uses its own extension of HTML and XML known as BXML, sure to…

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Interesting Apple Ajax job posting

Title: Sr. Web Apps Engineer/Mac OS X Server Req. ID: 2371350 Location: Santa Clara Valley, California Country: United States Req Date: 11-Jul-2005 Is Ajax more than just a household cleaner? Are you the DOM? Do you do it with finesse -and- CSS? We are looking for a exceptional senior engineer capable of helping us to…

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AJAX Proxy 0.2

Version 0.2 of of AJAX Proxy is out – available here. This one actually passes on the POST body (duh). The basic instructions on setting up Python are the same, as described earlier. Configuration of the script has now changed – at the end of the script you would modify; [code lang=”python”] if name ==…

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AJAX Proxy 0.1

If you’ve read any of the posts I’ve been dumping here, you’ll know I’m critical of the way AJAX is frequently being used on the grounds that the network / server (and their inherant instability) aren’t being considered. Specifically have the feeling alot of AJAX development is happening @localhost so these problems simply aren’t showing…

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