As the whole idea of “one page after another” goes out the window with
AJAX (think Gmail), AJAX might necessiate a rethink on the roles of web frontend developers and
the serverside developers. Currently there’s a distinction between the tasks that the
no longer generate 10 distinct pages and hand over to the serverside developers. With AJAX, it’s just one application and no pages.
Most serverside developers are well aware of
So I wonder if AJAX will bring up a different kind of
software developer who has a good understanding of serverside technology but works primarily in HTML
guess it would be very easy to completey mess up an AJAX application.
AJAX throws up many such interesting questions, which I guess will only be answered if and when we start creating AJAX applications regularly.
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