Ajax Article from a Different Perspective

My latest article is up: Using Ajax for Creating Web Applications. Most ajax articles have been about the technology itself, how it isn’t anything new or how to get up to speed using it or how it actually works. This is great information, of course, but it has been written about everywhere. So I went […]

My latest article is up: Using Ajax for Creating Web Applications.

Most ajax articles have been about the technology itself, how it isn’t anything new or how to get up to speed using it or how it actually works. This is great information, of course, but it has been written about everywhere. So I went a slightly different route.

For UIE’s audience, made up more of usability professionals than techies, I wrote it from an angle of a design team choosing what web application approach to use. Should they go with the sophisticated Java/Flash approach or the web-standards, paged-based approach? With Ajax, we might have a middle-of-the-road approach that combines the best of both.

Published: July 18th, 2005

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