Tuesday, February 5th, 2008
TechCrunch got political and got into the endorsement business, apparently based on their tech policy.
So, surely Ajaxian needs to get in on this action. How better to do so than take a look at what toolkits are used by the top runners:
Barack is trying to be inclusive by weilding Prototype, Scriptaculous, and jQuery in the same page. This is a risky approach as it adds weight, and could pit the rivals against each other.
This is a bit of a party foul. A view source on McCain’s website shows you Dreamweaver all over. There are more
MM_* functions than you can swing a monkey at.
Mitt has gone for a different approach. He is hoping that an army of Mootools lovers will pull him through.
I will have to go for Barack with a slight edge. His website is very nicely designed, and I loved how it used to start off just with a video of his message.
Posted by Dion Almaer at 12:22 am