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  • Ajax questions raised

    Where is Ajax headed in 2008? Thought leaders in Ajax and rich Internet application (RIA) technology offer provocative questions they are seeking to answer, which infers what may be the next steps in browser-based development. 

  • Microsoft, Novell working on Moonlight

    Novell Inc. said it plans to have Moonlight, the Linux version of the Microsoft Silverlight technology for rich Internet applications (RIA), ready in the first half of 2008. Miguel de Icaza, vice president of developer platforms at Novell, said his c... 

  • Web 2.0 tool debuts

    The WaveMaker Visual Assembly Studio from a startup WaveMaker Software Inc. offers a service-based approach to development that impresses Judith Hurwitz, CEO, Hurwitz & Associates, because it offers a way to do Web 2.0 projects without breaking compa... 

  • Ruby loves NetBeans 6

    Netbeans 6 has been released and is getting good reviews in the Ruby community for its "excellent Rails and JRuby support." Netbeans 6 has also streamlined the installation process, by offering built-in bundles for Ruby, C/C++, Java SE, Mobile Java, ... 

  • Eclipse profile sharing debuts

    Genuitec LLC., the MyEclipse vendor, has released "Pulse," a product designed to propagate Eclipse profiles - which means installing Eclipse with the tools you select or, perhaps, sharing your installation's capabilities with others. A selection of p... 

  • 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. 

  • Microsoft Web services go live

    Windows Live Services, Microsoft's approach to linking its Windows desktop applications to the Internet via Web services, is out of beta and officially released. In this article, analyst Rob Enderle of the Enderle Group said Windows Live has some dif... 

  • 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.