Multiple Languages


CPAINT

Web site: http://cpaint.booleansystems.com/

License: GPL and LGPL

Languages: PHP, ASP, and PERL

CPAINT is an AJAX library that is focused on communications and supports XML and text-return types. The JavaScript API supports RPC calls and can be used in asynchronous or synchronous mode. Results are encapsulated in a CPAINT result object and can be generated on the server using a similar API. As an alternative, the results on the server can be generated automatically using a proxy API.

Rialto

Web site: http://rialto.application-servers.com/wiki/

License: Apache

Languages: JSP, JSF, .NET, Python, and PHP

Rialto is a JavaScript widget library with support for a number of different server languages through pluggable back ends. The widgets include drag-and-drop, treeview, popup, calendar, and forms. The pages are created using an object-oriented API in JavaScript, and page development can be done using pure JavaScript or a server API. Server-specific code includes an object-oriented API for creating widgets as well as an API for dealing with AJAX requests. Java JSP support is the most mature, but others are in early development.

SAJAX

Web site: www.modernmethod.com/sajax/

License: BSD

Languages: PHP, ASP, ColdFusion, Perl, Python, Ruby, LUA, and IO

Sajax is a simple RPC-style AJAX library. Its original focus was PHP, but support for other languages has been added over time. Some of the additional language support is under a different license than the main code. Sajax provides a procedural API and works by registering server methods and having JavaScript stubs generated for them. When you call the stub method, Sajax makes an AJAX request and then calls a callback method with the results.




Understanding AJAX(c) Using JavaScript to Create Rich Internet Applications
Understanding AJAX: Using JavaScript to Create Rich Internet Applications
ISBN: 0132216353
EAN: 2147483647
Year: N/A
Pages: 154

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