- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "George" <georgenava@y...> wrote:
> No need to rename it, as I have always said, AJAX goes for AsyncUnless someone has finally written the XUL HTC for IE or an XSLT for
> JSON And XUL
XUL for non-Gecko browsers, XUL is too non-standard and niche for my
Interesting thought though is to pass a JSON structure and have it
interpreted to XUL on the fly... I have done that with JS-to-HTML and
XML-to-HTML (without XSLT). The lighter weight of JSON and its
representation in memory makes it better suited than XML, that is for
- --- In email@example.com, "Dale" <code_ronin@y...> wrote:
> Anyone using JSON as a replacement for XML in an AJAX-like project?Yes, I do, have a look at http://ajax.schwarz-interactive.de/.
> A couple of years ago I used dynamic <script> elements to
> asynchronously with the server-side, but I did not specificallyuse
> Just wondering if anyone out there was using this type of method
> than XmlHttpRequest and XML.