What ajax framework do you used?

@jersey86 (1348)
Philippines
May 19, 2008 11:50am CST
now a days, ajax frameworks are sprouting like mushrooms and they always says there framework is the best and easy to use. Can you share your experience from those frameworks like (dojo,prototype,jquery,yui,extjs and other ajax frameworks not mention here. if you could give some inputs i do really appreciate. cause i believed users can testify of what framework is the best.
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@underdogtoo (9599)
• Philippines
14 Sep 08
I once made a website and I used Seaside to do it. There are some ajax extensions to it but I never got to use it because I was just making a simple website.
@jersey86 (1348)
• Philippines
15 Sep 08
well i never heard of seaside framework.. well anyway if i do have a spear time i will gonna check it out.. to have a good discussion to you with that framework
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• Philippines
15 Sep 08
You might want to check out Squeak Smalltalk because Seaside is written in Smalltalk.
@raghwagh (1528)
• India
2 Jun 08
I am using the JQuery framework and found it easy and effective to use. JQuery has made AJAX calls very easy.
@jersey86 (1348)
• Philippines
2 Jun 08
hi raghwagh, since i wrote this topic i did a research over the the internet since i don't receive and inputs from our fellow mylotters and your right jquery is easy to used and to learn now i used jquery for my web projects. Thanks for the post hope others can give insights too.
@jersey86 (1348)
• Philippines
8 Aug 08
hi raghwagh thank for responding my discusion since you are the only one responder this discussion i will mark this as solved now..