Ideen,Fundstücke im Netz, Gedanken
08 November 2005
It's been less than a year since Jesse James Garrett of Adaptive Path coined the term 'Ajax' to describe many contemporary web development techniques, but since then the term's become so popular it's inspired its own mini-hype cycle. Fortunately, Adaptive Path is helping to clarify the ideas around Ajax and explain them in simple business terms for the overwhelming majority of companies that just want to know what Ajax can do for them.
With their new free Executive Brief on Ajax, there's a clear explanation of the term that Professional Network members should find invaluable in explaining concepts to your clients, customers, or coworkers. As more and more developers make use of platforms like Movable Type as part of their chain of tools for managing XML and web services, we expect even small companies that aren't deeply into technology are going to ask about Ajax. Now there's a good resource to bookmark so they have a place to start.