Trends of Internet ( technolgy, business and others )
posted by T.J. at 2:39 AM
If you want to learn AJAX you should probably buy a few books, buy an AJAX IDE, and go to a few training classes. But all three things will cost you money. So why not first mingle with people that already know it, by visiting - at no cost - the very latest and fastest-growing AJAX web site, http://ajax.sys-con.com - it's where the prime movers of AJAX come to learn who's doing what in AJAX, why, when, and with whom. And it's where the prime bloggers of AJAX blog. There is simply no better way to find out about AJAX, whether what you are looking for is to know, simply, What Is Ajax? (Rob Gonda answers this one, and follows it up with an AJAX article about Making the HTML User Experience Almost As Pleasant as Flash) or whether you prefer instead the insights of Dion Hinchcliffe who shares details of 5 Earth-Shattering Things You Should Know About Ajax And Probably Don't. Best of all, you can scoot on over any time of day or night and catch up on blogs from luminaries such as Alex Bosworth, David Heinemeier Hansson, Bill Scott, Thomas Fuchs, Rob Sanheim, Michael Mahemoff, Alex Barnett, Joe Walker, Rob Gonda, and Emily Chang. Or scan the latest AJAX news stories hot off the wires.
Jeremy, Thanks for your info. ajax.sys-con.com is great! But ajax is not all the reasons I like AdaptivePath. I think they provides good article. And I esp. like this one http://adaptivepath.com/images/publications/essays/What_puts_the_2_in_Web_20.pdf
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