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AJAX frameworks/libraries written in JavaScript...

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As all you know the XmlHttpRequest when wrongly used can provide memory
leaking problem (specially in IE) so the best way is to use library or
framework encapsulating AJAX functionality (WebApi 2.0). I have
searched the web and decided to use:

AjaxRequest form (thanks to Matt Kruse).

Does anyone used ?

Nov 24 '05 #1
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Also check out TIBCO's General Interface framework. It's an AJAX
framework and visual development toolkit that's been powering apps at
Fortune 1000 and Goverment orgs since 2001. The TIBCO team was doing
this stuff way before AJAX got coined. The framework and tools can be
downloaded from

The framework encapsulates the complexities of ajax by providing a
client-side controller that manages memory, communications, data cache.
There's even step-through javascript debugger in the IDE. Did mention
the IDE is an ajax app too that runs in the browser. It's retty
amazing what can be done. Definately worth downloading and trying out
this rather mature implementation of ajaxian principles.

Nov 29 '05 #2

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