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AJAX vs. Xforms

From: Rafael Benito <rbenito@satec.es>
Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 12:54:49 +0200
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AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) architectures are attracting a lot of
attention from the Web developer community. Some features, like requesting
to a server a piece of XML to update the UI without refreshing the whole
browser window, that make AJAX to be gaining recognition, are also present
in the Xforms Recommendation. However, it seems that Xforms adoption is
evolving at a much lower rate than AJAX. I wonder for the reasons that are
causing this to happen and what the Xforms community should be doing to more
strongly push Xforms into the web development arena.

Any ideas or comments on this issue?

Kind regards

Rafael Benito Ruz de Villa
e-business Manager
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rbenito@satec.es

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