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Comparing Ajax Frameworks

From the SpikeSource blog:

SpikeSource's Matt Harrison blogs about his latest interest, AJAX. He's been checking out the various frameworks for AJAX's and being a python lover he has even ported some of them to be used with python. Matt has also conducted mini interview's with one of the framework creators: Alex Russell of dojo, and Bob Ippolito of MochiKit. An interesting read.

Harrison also references a nice AJAX Library Comparison on the Open Source Applications Foundation website. I'd love to see an AJAX Framework Smackdown at a future conference.

Posted in The Web at Oct 13 2005, 08:45:08 AM MDT 3 Comments

nobody is comparing ours, and I thought/think it's coolest one. go figure.. -m

Posted by m.j.milicevic on October 13, 2005 at 09:30 AM MDT #

well, can't edit my comment..but coolest could be replaced by "different than any out there" coolest is arguable thingie ;-), where's my calculator again: 3 + 66 = ?? -m

Posted by m.j.milicevic on October 13, 2005 at 09:33 AM MDT #

Check out this site which is a new community platform for comparing AJAX frameworks. It is completely open for community contributions allowing adding and updating framework details and indexing related publications. The platform was aired today with initial content and is waiting for you guys to start pumping information to it. I will be happy to receive feedbacks. The site is built upon a dedicated framework that will be updated with your ideas. Thanks, Joe Abrams

Posted by Joe Abrams on April 05, 2007 at 03:19 PM MDT #

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