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!

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From: Jeff Crosby <jlcrosby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

That's it!

Jeff Crosby
UniPro Foodservice/Dilgard
Opinions expressed are my own and not necessarily those of my company. Unless I
say so.

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.


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?

Jeff Crosby
UniPro Foodservice/Dilgard

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