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Challenges in Ajax - *Session @ Conference 2008

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Challenges in Ajax

Speaker: Atul Kahate

Atul Kahate is Head Technology Practice, Oracle Financial Services Consulting (formerly i-flex solutions limited). He has authored 16 books on Information Technology, 2 on cricket, and over 1500 articles on both of these in various newspapers/journals. His site can be visited at and he can be reached via email at akahate@gmail dot com.

Ajax is perhaps the best known RIA technology today. While several implementations of Ajax have arrived, and many software projects involve the use of Ajax; there is still a lack of consistency in the approach and usage of Ajax. There is also a significant confusion regarding which Ajax toolkit should be used, and how? There are also issues pertaining to performance of Ajax-based applications. Should one go for plain vanilla Ajax implementations, or choose a toolkit? What are the implications? Security of Web-based applications is a problem as it is. With the introduction of Ajax, the implications of front-end attacks are manifold. What precautions are necessary to take to tackle these issues?

The session would cover all these issues and suggested best practices. It would not talk about a specific product or vendor, but instead look at these from a neutral point of view

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11-12 Dec
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