• HTML5 guide

    HTML5 guide: The advent of HTML5 signals a new wave of Web programming methods, and a new slate of standards for enterprise application development.

  • HTML5 increases influence of JavaScript browsers

    HTML5 browser front ends on new Mobile Web apps give added importance to the 'client' in the client server equation. But SOA has a back-end role too. Scalability is an issue for heavily used applic...

  • JavaServer Faces preps for new version

    Despite predictions that Oracle would allow JavaServer Faces to languish, Java experts say JSF is alive and well, and poised to complement HTML5 and JavaScript.

  • OAuth gains for securing Web services authorization

    OAuth (Open Authorization) allows Web application users to move from site to site without an additional login. It has gained exceptional attention of late in the world of services and security.

Ajax and RIA (Rich Internet Applications)

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  • Silverlight 2.0 coming to Web 2.0

    In keeping with the Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 buzz words, Microsoft is renaming Silverlight 1.1, its Rich Internet Application (RIA) development framework, to Silverlight 2.0. The framework, which is based on the .NET Dynamic Language Runtime, is sc... 

  • Grails co-founder demos plug-ins

    Grails is an MVC action-based Web framework that leverages many of the features of Groovy, Spring MVC and Hibernate and offers a wide range of plug-ins for rich client/Ajax development, Web services and performance management. In this video presentat... 

  • Natural for Ajax from SAP

    Software AG recently unveiled Natural for Ajax, based on its Natural 2006 programming language. The Ajax version includes drag-and-drop development for applications and user interfaces to minimize hand-coding. 

  • Intersoft adds RIA for Silverlight

    Intersoft Solutions Corp. announced Web user interface components codenamed "Sirius" for Microsoft's Silverlight 1.0 rich internet application (RIA) technology. Sirius is built on Intersoft's WebUI.NET Framework, which provides "consistent server-sid... 

  • Web 2.0 works for sales people

    Web 2.0 applications, including wikis and blogs made possible by Ajax and service-oriented architecture (SOA), are changing the way sales representatives work. Instead of wooing buyers by socializing in bars and restaurants, they are using social net... 

  • Ajax-based wiki gets down to business

    Startup delivers Ajax-based wiki collaboration applications to small and medium size businesses via Web services. 

  • Ajax coders need browser makers to step up

    The makers of Web browsers must be encouraged to push Web innovation, Ajax experts Alex Russell and Joe Walker told attendees at The Ajax Experience East conference in Boston, Mass., last week. With the advent of Ajax, a number of development framewo... 

  • Web services vendor unveils mashup platform

    Xignite Inc., which provides Web services to financial services providers, is launching a mashup platform to be released in November. The Splice Mashup Platform enables programmers to take Web services from Xignite's portfolio or integrate Web servic... 

  • Enterprise Web 2.0 set to grow, analyst predicts

    Enterprise Web 2.0 applications are most popular in large corporations, but rapid growth of the Ajax-powered Web services and service-oriented architecture (SOA) applications is predicted even for small and medium size businesses, writes Gerry Brown,... 

  • Will Microsoft's Popfly be a hit?

    Microsoft has release the public beta of Popfly, the mashup tool for its Silverlight rich Internet application (RIA) toolset, designed to compete with Flash from Adobe Systems Inc. "In a little over five months since the private Popfly alpha, we've s...