Dr. Dobbs Review of AJAX Toolkits
colin.clark at utoronto.ca
Sat May 5 14:45:21 UTC 2007
Thanks for this. It brings up an interesting point that I have been
thinking about in terms of evaluating AJAX toolkits for FLUID. The
toolkits are all so new and are changing so fast right now; it's hard to
evaluate a moving target.
As we start to whittle our list down to a select few over the next week,
I think it will become increasingly important to also get sense of the
communities that are developing the toolkits. How active are they? What
is their road map? What is their accessibility plan? How open and
available is the community to newcomers? And so on.
So in the end this issue with the Dr. Dobb's report reminds me that it's
not just a question of who has the better technology right now. Though
that does count for something. :)
How are things going at the Dojo Conference in New York?
David Bolter wrote:
> That version of Dojo is not at all representative of the current
> reality. For Alex's reaction:
> (full disclosure: I might be a little pro dojo ;) especially since Alex
> payed for my drinks last night)
> Colin Clark wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> Here's another Ajax toolkit comparison article, this time from Dr.
>> Dobbs Journal:
>> Colin Clark
>> Technical Lead, FLUID Project
>> Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto
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