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Google Data APIs and Prototype

Ubi
I am realising that Google Javascript APIs are becoming more and more
important, for many different reasons. One of them is definitely OpenSocial,
which will make Google Javascript API's become a standard even for writing
applications within social networks like MySpace.

Basically nowadays with Google APIs you can write any type of AJAX
application.

I was wondering if in this way the use for Javascripts libraris like
Prototype or JQuery will become useless, or if instead there will still be a
reason to use them.
Daniele
Mar 23 '08 #1
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You said "... Basically nowadays with Google APIs you can write any
type of AJAX application. ..."

No: Google has addressed a large market and picked off the easier
stuff. But there's plenty of other more complex and application-
specific stuff they don't touch.

Hang on to yr libraries.

AS
Mar 23 '08 #2

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