Jeff

What goes around, comes around. Techniques to minimize the data transferred between host and client - do we here PUTOVR/OVRDTA/OVRATR, anyone?

;-)

AJAX is 'way cool - Paul Tuohy has classes on it at COMMON, using CGIDEV2.

I don't know where the 4GLs are at - WebSmart, RPG/Smart Pages - where this kind of thing is concerned.

And we are dangerously close to being shunted over to the WEB400 list!

Vern
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From: Jeff Crosby <jlcrosby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

That's it!

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Charles Wilt wrote:
Technically, Web 2.0, Ajax, RUI whatever you call it goes back to the
server _more_ often than the original way of doing things.

The difference is that the entire _page_ is not sent each time with a
Web 2.0 type application. Instead of having to refresh the entire
page for any action as with Web 1.0, with Web 2.0 you can simply
update a small section of the page.

Charles

On Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 9:26 AM, Jeff Crosby wrote:

By Web 2.0, I mean fast data entry, or what IBM calls RUI (Rich User
Interface). Don't have to go back to the server every mouse click or
field tab.

Make sense?

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