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Survey AJAX Frameworks and Design Patterns
Explore today's AJAX frameworks and design patters, and implement them in your Web design and development.

Web Design World Seattle, July 9, 2007

Dion Hinchcliffe
Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Hinchcliffe & Company

Listen to the audio and watch the slides! (Running time: 1 hour, 2 minutes)

AJAX and other technologies for building rich Internet applications (RIAs) are quickly becoming one of the most in-demand skill sets for Web developers, designers and professionals. This session offers an in-depth, practical tour of the latest AJAX frameworks — including their features, strengths and weaknesses — to help today's Web professionals better understand how to choose and then use one of the frameworks. The session also provides a tour of the AJAX design patterns' emerging story, as well as the most popular design elements in AJAX applications today. Using Christopher Alexander's "design patterns" metaphor — for example, "common, recurring problems" — you will examine display manipulation, Web remoting, dynamic behavior, Web services and performance optimization.

About the Speaker
Dion Hinchcliffe is founder and chief technology officer for the enterprise Web 2.0 advisory and consulting firm Hinchcliffe & Company, based in Alexandria, Va. For two decades, he has been working with cutting-edge methods to accelerate project schedules and raise the bar for software quality. Dion has extensive practical experience with enterprise technologies and he offers IT and software architecture. He is also the creator and instructor for Web 2.0 University, which provides training events in Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 and AJAX for private corporations and the public. Dion is currently working on a book about Web 2.0 and is editor-in-chief of the Web 2.0 Journal.


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