IBM Releases AJAX Toolkit Framework

A technology that assists in constructing Eclipse framework support for AJAX Toolkits.

March 2nd, 2006 • Develop •
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Is it just me or has AJAX frameworks started coming out of the woodwork this week? Anywho...

IBM has posted on their site a new AJAX Framework specifically geared towards Eclipse.

"AJAX Toolkit Framework (ATF) provides extensible tools for building IDEs for the many different AJAX (asynchronous JavaScript and XML) run-time environments (such as Dojo, Zimbra, etc.). This technology also contains features for developing, debugging, and testing AJAX applications. The framework provides enhanced JavaScript editing features such as edit-time syntax checking; an embedded Mozilla Web browser; an embedded DOM browser; and an embedded JavaScript debugger."

One thing I noticed on the right of the menu was the "Request a License" link. Hmm....

I think I'll stick with the AdvancedAJAX 1.0 for now. :-)

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