Web development with Ajax, part 3

Buchalka, Tim
December 2006
APC (Bauer Media Group);Dec2006, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p118
The article focuses on the use of Web site development technology, Ajax frameworks for the development Web sites. Ajax frameworks are libraries of code designed to reduce the complexity involved with developing applications. The frameworks will give a huge step up in using Ajax and greatly reduce the time necessary to develop an Ajax application. Framework Dojo's promoters claim it makes professional web development better, easier and faster. The negative point with Dojo is its inconsistent documentation ability.


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