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Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Introduction to Ajax

Hello friends ,

PLEASE ,dont start thinking this blog as a tutorial kind. NO , in no way ,I'm going to teach AJAX.

But, at the same time ,I want to tell you that this is one of the FANTASTIC things to learn in your IT life.

Do you know Java scripts , XML ? Are you interested in creating an interactive web pages ?
Have you ever seen google/ig page ? Do you have personalised MSN pages ? Yahoo pages ? Google pages ? .
At least you might be having an account in Flickr ? Gmail account ?
Do you know how those easy layout of pages with lots of stuff made ? Answer is AJAX.

Ajax, which consists of HTML, JavaScript™ technology, DHTML, and DOM, is an outstanding approach that helps you transform clunky Web interfaces into interactive Ajax applications.

Five years ago, if you didn't know XML, you were the ugly duckling whom nobody talked to. Eighteen months ago, Ruby came into the limelight and programmers who didn't know what was going on with Ruby weren't welcome at the water cooler. Today, if you want to get into the latest technology rage, Ajax is where it's at.

However, Ajax is far more than just a fad; it's a powerful approach to building Web sites and it's not nearly as hard to learn as an entire new language.
By the way, Ajax is shorthand for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (and DHTML, and so on). The phrase was coined by Jesse James Garrett of Adaptive Path (see the Resources section) and is, according to Jesse, not meant to be an acronym.

You can search in google to get more and more information about this HOT techie stuff.

Keep learning ... Keep growing

1 comment:

prasanna vignesh said...

Cool tip buddy