** This thread discusses the article: Use AJAX for Bright and Shiny Web Apps **
Ralph, The use of AJAX methodology is something we're starting to implement here also. I think that it represents an exciting addition to any web based programming effort. chuck Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of my employer. "Ralph Daugherty"
wrote in message news:6b3123f3.0@WebX.WawyahGHajS... > That was a great article from Duncan Kenzie! I'm looking forward to the > next installment on the AJAX black box approach for any web page. > > I have an older browser that doesn't implement the deviant HTTPRequest > method that Microsoft dreamed up to give their browser some necessary > semblance of a windows program, but I'm looking forward to installing > Firefox and checking out these AS/400 examples linked in the article since > Firefox, Konqueror, Opera, and Safari now support that deviant and > necessary semblance. > > I used HTTP to pass data in and out of the AS/400 five years ago but I > didn't use this method. On the other hand I was only in Chicago for the > day and had to dream up something on the spur of the moment. Glad Google > paved the way for a legitimate way to do it. > > rd