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  • 05:03:11 pm on January 11, 2007 | 0

    Early in 2006, before the general Internet-using public was aware of what I began referring to—in editorials, blog entries, and SYS-CON’s Internet TV webcasts—as “The AJAX Moment,” there was a strong sense among industry insiders that AJAX-like approaches, if not actually AJAX itself, were a shoo-in as the new paradigm for the development of Web 2.0 and the fulfillment of the software development community’s long-held dream of complete freedom from operating system or runtime environment dependent technologies.


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