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  • Open source Vaadin bridges Java to Ajax

    With rich Internet applications all the rage an open source Web framework dubbed Vaadin promises rapid Ajax development while keeping Java code on the server.

  • Aussie devs make Wave with Google Web Toolkit

    Google's latest offering, the Web-based real-time collaboration suite dubbed Wave, began life in Sydney, Australia, as a start-up project built with Google's open source Web Toolkit project.

  • Commbank taps Ajax for biggest Web site redesign

    The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) will launch its largest and most ambitious customer experience project this week with an Ajax-enabled Web portal allowing customers to personalise their online banking sessions.

  • JavaScript - the Web site performance killer, Google guru says

    Nowadays, even regular Web surfers know some of the things to avoid when designing a Web site for fast performance. Cut the number of requests to the Web server. Shrink JPEG sizes. Employ a content delivery network vendor like Akamai Technologies Inc. or Limelight Networks Inc.

  • Microsoft tool measures JavaScript performance

    Boosting visibility into Web client interactions, Microsoft released this week Visual Studio 2008 AJAX Profiling Extensions, a "power tool" for measuring performance of portions of Web applications executing JavaScript inside a browser.

Features about ajax
  • Who needs an enterprise AJAX solution?

    One thing that the AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) development community has aplenty is choice. Want a free, open source AJAX framework? We have (alphabetically) Dojo, Ext, Google Web Toolkit, jQuery, MooTools, OpenRico, Prototype, Scriptaculous, and the Yahoo User Interface Library, and frankly they're all pretty good. There are hundreds more, but unfortunately I can't keep up with them all.