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R.I.C.S

R.I.C.S stands for Rich Interface Component – Spreadsheet. Not really something very new, people HAVE tried this in the past and I’m sure there are AJAX implementations for the same. The idea of this R&D project is to develop an entirely server independent component. More information about the project can be found at http://www.primacognos.com/wiki. the…

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Nexteps …

Oh well! so I finally managed to get some leisure time. Its hard to keep track of how fast time passes by when you’re busy doing something you like. I have been reading more about MVC and frankly speaking I am now desperate to implement it, just not bold enough to do so yet. I…

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Atlas : AJAX Framework

By David Worthington, BetaNews Microsoft Cleans Up AJAX with ‘Atlas’ BetaNews has learned that Microsoft is preparing an object oriented JavaScript framework for AJAX developers code-named “Atlas.” The first Atlas bits will arrive at PDC 2005 in September following the 2.0 release of ASP.NET, and provide developers with new options for creating Avalon enabled browser…

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New name, new game!

I’ve been reading a lot about the shortcomings and pitfalls to watch out for with AJAX. Some of the issues are real, others are doubts created in the mind when we shift from one paradigm to the other. We’re so used to the old one that fitting old concepts in the new frame seems disorienting….

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