Friday, August 4th, 2006
On the Ajax Developers Journal today, there’s a great new article posted collecting some mini-interviews they did with industry leaders asking “What’s so special about Ajax?”
Now that the web is well on its way to becoming more responsive, smoother and reliable – and correspondingly more enjoyable to work with – SYS-CON Media’s AJAXWorld Magazine stops up and tries to “freeze-frame” the moment. We take a look at the question that is presently on the mind of hundreds and thousands of software developers, architects, IT managers, and CXOs alike: “What’s So Special About AJAX?”
The list includes:
- Coach Wei – RIA pioneer, Founder & CTO, Nexaweb
- Dave Crane – Author of Ajax in Action
- Bill Scott – AJAXWorld Conference speaker, Co-Founder of Rico; AJAX Evangelist for Yahoo!
- Eric Pascarello – Author, “Real-World AJAX” One-Day Seminar speaker
The opinions ranged anywhere from the excitement of the potential Ajax has to change the web to unifying the “previously fragmented efforts” surrounding the development of web applications.
Posted by Chris Cornutt at 8:05 am