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Re: [cightml] AJAX

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  • diggerdog
    Thanks Frank That confirms what I said :-) Hazel
    Message 1 of 7 , Jun 1, 2008
      Thanks Frank

      That confirms what I said :-)

      Hazel


      Frank Hauptle wrote:
      > Ajax is the future of the web for the simple reason that it makes the
      > web fully interactive in an instant gratification sort of way..
      > things work the way applicaions work on your desktop.
      >
      > But if you're doing static HTML and have no real use for an interactive
      > experiance, than Ajax isn't really of benefit.
      >
      > I've played with some PHP and Perl Ajax libraries.. so I may do a new
      > tute for it sometime when I get some spare moments.
      >
      > rgds
      >
      > Frank
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > diggerdog wrote:
      >> Further to all your comments re AJAX, from what I can see its more to do
      >> with interactive stuff then plain simple non interactive websites and
      >> include a lot of javascript that I often turn off!
      >>
      >> But for those who are developers and the big search engines I suppose it
      >> is very useful
      >>
      >> Hazel
      >>
      >>
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    • diggerdog
      Beautiful Baby Frank (only just looked), I bet she twists you around her little finger already :-) Hazel
      Message 2 of 7 , Jun 1, 2008
        Beautiful Baby Frank (only just looked), I bet she twists you around her
        little finger already :-)

        Hazel


        Frank Hauptle wrote:
        > Ajax is the future of the web for the simple reason that it makes the
        > web fully interactive in an instant gratification sort of way..
        > things work the way applicaions work on your desktop.
        >
        > But if you're doing static HTML and have no real use for an interactive
        > experiance, than Ajax isn't really of benefit.
        >
        > I've played with some PHP and Perl Ajax libraries.. so I may do a new
        > tute for it sometime when I get some spare moments.
        >
        > rgds
        >
        > Frank
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > diggerdog wrote:
        >> Further to all your comments re AJAX, from what I can see its more to do
        >> with interactive stuff then plain simple non interactive websites and
        >> include a lot of javascript that I often turn off!
        >>
        >> But for those who are developers and the big search engines I suppose it
        >> is very useful
        >>
        >> Hazel
        >>
        >>
        >
        >
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