Rich Internet Application Technology Comparison: AJAX, Flash, Silverlight

Today at .Net Developers Journal was posted this interesting article by Judy Lee. Check it out here as Judy makes fast comparison of these products related to their projects. At the bottom is the final conclusion table. Today, RIA technology is widely used, also referred to as Rich Internet Clients (RICs). RICs provide the usability,
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A Study of Ajax Performance Issues

Quite interesting study from Coach Wei, of Nexaweb and Apache: Introduction: Ajax application performance largely depends on the performance of JavaScript execution and browser DOM operations. I’ve heard various people saying various things about Ajax performance. Some people say JavaScript is just too slow. Some people say that the problem is not JavaScript but rather
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Aptana releases Jaxer, Ajax server built on Mozilla

If you are familiar with Aptana, then you will enjoy this news. Modern web sites and applications use Ajax to create engaging user experiences: the HTML and CSS are set in motion using JavaScript running in the browser and calling back the server. To achieve this, the server needs to prepare the web page appropriately,
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ASP.NET Personal Web Site Starter Kit – Ajax Enabled with .NET Framework 3.5 and VS2008

Brad Abrams just converted the existing Web Site Starter Kit from the VS 2005 web site to use the new dot Net 3.5 framework, LINQ and Ajax extenders. Here is the full source code for that. Here are some of the key points from his post: – VS2008 Can Target .NET Framework 2.0 – Upgrade
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