Ajax and REST, Part 2
Meeting the challenges of Ajax software development
From the developerWorks archives
Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: November 14, 2006
Ajax has begun to explode in popularity. Old Web frameworks are retrofitting themselves to support Ajax, new pure-Ajax frameworks are under development, and many organizations are considering Ajax adoption or are already building Ajax applications. But for all the excitement, relatively few organizations have deployed Ajax applications successfully. This article, the second in a two-part series, will help you decide if you should use Ajax in real IT applications, and it aims to improve your chances of success with Ajax development.
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