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Laszlo Tries to Tame The Ajax Beast

March 20, 2006; 04:22 AM

March 13, 2006 - Ajax is a bit like a temperamental actor. The technology does incredible things, but it's painful to work with. That has created a need for Ajax tools that lessen the great pain of crafting interactive Ajax applications for different browsers. The interactive, fast-responding Web applications programmers can create with Ajax (for asynchronous JavaScript and XML) are one part of what people are calling Web 2.0, where quality interactions with users count for more than the number of HTML pages downloaded.

One of the most promising of those Ajax-taming tools is OpenLaszlo, a development framework that until now has focused on the Macromedia Flash Player.


About Laszlo Systems:

Laszlo Systems, as the creators of OpenLaszlo and industry experts at creating rich Internet applications, has deep and proven experience in the evolving UI design, performance tuning, software architecture, and other key development techniques for RIAs. Our application development, support, consulting, and training offerings are designed to match your specific requirements and deliver the expertise and assistance you need to build an enterprise-class web application.


About OpenLaszlo:

OpenLaszlo is an open source platform for creating zero-install web applications with the user interface capabilities of desktop client software.

OpenLaszlo programs are written in XML and JavaScript and transparently compiled to Flash and soon DHTML. The OpenLaszlo APIs provide animation, layout, data binding, server communication, and declarative UI. An OpenLaszlo application can be as short as a single source file, or factored into multiple files that define reusable classes and libraries.

OpenLaszlo is write once run everywhere. An OpenLaszlo application developed on one machine will run on all leading Web browsers on all leading desktop operating systems.




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