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By Adam Wulf on September 21, 2008
Also posted on the Listotron Blog
Imagine for a moment that you’re building a web application based nearly 100% percent on AJAX. And imagine that you’ll likely need to send bursts of multiple AJAX requests to your server, and you also need all of these requests to be processed in order when they hit your server. You want a near continuous AJAX connection – every action, every edit, every keystroke the user makes – all of these need to be sent to your server for processing. You are building Listotron.
By Adam Wulf on September 7, 2008
The folks at 280slides.com announced their Objective-J framework Cappuccino which “aims to fundamentally change the way applications are written on the web,” and I’ve no doubt it’ll do just that – but does that mean you should use it?
By Adam Wulf on September 6, 2008
Ok ok, I’m a few hours early, but come on – awesome! I don’t know about you, but I’m just a tiny bit excited about this!
More good news: it’s being released on PC and Mac (knew this) and iPhone and Nintendo DS (didn’t know this). Well, I knew an iPhone version was in the makes, but didn’t realize it was being released the same day. This will officially be my first paid-for app download for the phone. Also, according to the Washington Post article I’m reading: