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Ajax tools and products

New tools for Ajax developers appear regularly. Here is a sampling of some, including a review of free Ajax testing tools and a detailed look at JavaFX 1.2.

Testing rich Internet applications

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Web application exploits and testing tools are always evolving. Check out this article for a quick list of best-of-breed free tools for ferreting out flaws in rich Internet applications (RIAs).

Kapow bows data-driven server for the enterprise
Kapow technologies released a version of its flagship server, placing formerly separate editions of the product within one package. New features in the latest version include a browser-based scheduler and better support for JavaScript and Ajax intensive websites.

MS Doloto tool said to speed large-scale Ajax applications
According to Microsoft's Soma Somasegar, the company released Doloto, a tool that analyzes Ajax application workloads and automatically performs code splitting of existing large Web applications.

JViews enhances Eclipse RIA support
ILOG JViews 8.5, the latest version of the Java-based graphics display technology, adds graphing features for Eclipse developers working on rich Internet applications (RIAs), and supports additional frameworks for Ajax.

Curl RIA tools hook up to Eclipse framework
Rich Internet application (RIA) vendor Curl, Inc. today announced the completion of its migration to Eclipse. Curl Development tools for Eclipse (CDE) is aimed at U.S. developers who have a preference for the popular Eclipse development environment.

Get a grip on JavaFX 1.2 for rich Internet applications JavaFX has reached version 1.2, just released with significant changes to the language and the API. Applications created under JavaFX 1.1 must be recompiled and may need minor alterations. Read more about this useful tool in this tip.

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This was first published in August 2010

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