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Mar 26, 2007 3:56 pmAjax - its all about performance...#

Ken Hilving
I keep looking for the next big breakthrough in performance from the users' perspective. Convergence, wireless, collaboration, video, and other exciting potentials all have to work in near real time.

I am not a programmer, but it seems Ajax could address many of the performance issues. Looking through the information on Wikpedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ajax_%28programming%29, Ajax follows the type of structure that I like to see.

Take collaboration as an example. While it sounds great to have geographically dispersed teams working on a document, spreadsheet, graphic, or presentation, the downside is moving changes around. It seems to me that the framing techniques in Ajax could reduce the transmissions to only the proposed changes or edits, which could improve performance of the communications piece dramatically.

Anyone out here using Ajax in their solutions? I am hoping someone with expertise can enlighten us.

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Apr 20, 2007 1:26 pmre: Ajax - its all about performance...#

Tom Foale
I know someone whose company teaches Ajax, Ruby on Rails, Groovy on Grails etc - all the latest and greatest web application development technologies. I'll ask him.

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Apr 20, 2007 9:21 pmre: re: Ajax - its all about performance...#

Ira Stoller
How about a cellular base station which connects to a PBX letting you call from any extension to an outside caller using your own cellular network provider. This is a new class of product known right now as cell diverters or cell extenders. I think this qualifies as one of the NBB products.

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May 05, 2007 3:59 pmre: re: re: Ajax - its all about performance...#

Tom Foale
I've had a look at Ajax. It's not a single technology but a number of web technologies that change the way web pages work. It incorporates Javascript or PHP, the Document Object Model, XHTML, XML and various other bits and pieces. Ajax allows components of a web page to be updated independently of each other either by requests to the server or by server 'push'. Services that are created using Alax include Google Mail and Google Docs, Google Maps, Basecamp and many others.

So in theory you can create all sorts of applications with Ajax, but by itself it doesn't do anything to work with telecommunications equipment. It's about the web API.

However, I saw a great product the other day that works with IPTV telephones to make simple business applications available. It has a drag-and-drop component interface that allows anyone to create an application by dragging into place the bits that define the application workflow and then select the databases etc that it connects to. It needs the top-of-the-range Cisco phones.


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