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No, we are not talking about a potentially deadly new concoction at Taco Bell. The term AJAX is today s hot buzzword and stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML and was coined in early 2005 by Jesse James Garrett of Adaptive Path, a design and user experience consulting firm in San Francisco. AJAX encompasses a set of Web development techniques for creating rich,
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interactive Web applications. AJAX is being defined even as you read this text. The combination of these technologies has been referred to as DHTML and remote scripting in the past. Many claim that AJAX is a new name for old things that have been around for almost the last 10 years, while others point out that it is the evolution and the synergistic usage of these technologies that is new. The even newer term Web 2.0 is being used to refer to AJAX and other technologies that are taking the Web user experience and capabilities to a new level. The impact of websites like Google Maps, Google Suggest, Gmail, Flickr, Amazon s A9, and the many spin-offs and clones that their success have created are being used as the foundation to define AJAX. In his original article Garrett defines AJAX as Standards-based presentation using XHTML and CSS Dynamic display and interaction using the Document Object Model (DOM) Data interchange and manipulation using XML and XSLT Asynchronous data retrieval using XMLHttpRequest JavaScript binding everything together In the past we all have used websites where a page had certain dynamic elements that did not require a page reload such as a folding and expanding of information triggered by hovering over a particular image or text. The difference between those earlier JavaScript-enabled sites and an AJAX website is that in the former case the data was preloaded in its entirety and simply hidden from view. With AJAX the UI is dynamic, and the data behind the user interface is also dynamic. In a typical AJAX interaction a user action results in asynchronous HTTP requests to the server using the JavaScript XMLHttpRequest object that results in HTML, XML, plain text or even JavaScript returned from the server. The information returned from the server is used to modify the DOM tree of the current page dynamically without a page reload. The gains are all in the user experience as it approaches the richness of standard desktop applications. With careful planning, users are no longer tied to the traditional request-response dance. The interaction with a website becomes a chain of dynamic, behind-the-scenes asynchronous requests, bound by few full round trips to the server. The typical side effects include the added complexity to development with a need for tighter integration between the client and the server and a slew of other technical hurdles including Browser incompatibilities Accessibility and internationalization concerns Testing and debugging complexity Asynchronous requests outside of the application domain (sandboxing) Security and the implication of mobile code Network throughput and traffic concerns Some of these concerns are being addressed by encapsulating solutions and common patterns of usage in frameworks. The technology glue that has advanced AJAX from simple client-side scripting to the hot item of the day is the evolution of projects like Dojo (www. dojotoolkit.org/), script.aculo.us (http://script.aculo.us/), Prototype (http://prototype. conio.net/), Rico (http://openrico.org/), and DWR (http://getahead.ltd.uk/dwr).
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Luckily for Tapestry users, AJAX-enabled components are available via the Tacos component library. Taco is a small but robust framework for building AJAX-enabled Tapestry components as well as a complete library of ready-to-use Ajaxian Tapestry components. Tacos was created by Viktor Szathmary and is actively maintained by Jesse Kuhnert. The Tacos project is hosted at SourceForge (http://tacos.sourceforge.net/) and distributed under the Apache open source license. Tacos provides all the power of AJAX without the complications of dealing with constructs like XMLHttpRequest and complex JavaScript. Tacos takes advantages of the most mature JavaScript AJAX libraries available. It depends primarily on Dojo, but it also relies on Prototype and script.aculo.us for certain components. As you will see in the TechConf Tacos example in this section, you rarely need to interact directly with JavaScript. Tacos also provides a built-in logging and debugging console that simplifies the development of rich Web applications.
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