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Fjax – Flash Ajax

July 6th, 2006

Fjax From my understanding, Fjax is an Ajax engine that uses Flash to do the XML parsing job. The site claims that Flash will do better parsing job than a normal Ajax would.

Fjax is an open, lightweight, cross-browser methodology for Ajax-style web 2.0 development
Fjax is a technique focused on drastically streamlining the XML handling layer of web 2.0 applications. Picture Ajax's XML parsing and handling with less than 65 lines of code! It's not a replacement for toolsets that provide presentation-layer visual gizmos. Think of it as a new engine to put under the hood of all the great widgets that are already out there.

Although the site looks cool, I hate it when I can't link directly to the sample to any other pages in the site.

I don't know whether it will become something big one day, but I'm sure programmer would like to learn about alternatives.

Fjax - an open, lightweight methodology for Ajax-style development [fjax.net]

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