SessionLessons and Tips from the Ajax Frontline
Scott Dietzen, President and CTO, Zimbra
Date: Wednesday, 20 September 2006
Time: 14:50 - 15:30
Location: Theatre Plaza
Until 2004, Ajax was known strictly as a bathroom cleaner; in 2005, the powerful web scripting language bounded onto the scene, helping developers create innovative, interactive web applications. These applications have enabled developers and users to integrate the formerly separate push and pull web experiences into one seamless experience. Ajax-based development is being increasingly used to provide users with faster, more useful access to the information they need. For example, it is possible to mouse over a mailing address and see its physical location on Google Maps, or to mouse over a FedEx tracking number and view the status of a package.
However, Ajax-based development still has a long way to go before users will rely equally on the Web and standard desktop applications. Scott Dietzen, president and CTO of Zimbra, will speak to the audience about this Ajaxian Journey. Hell cover:
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