RoR like (was : SPE 0.8.1.b Python IDE...)
xavier.morel at masklinn.net
Thu Dec 15 15:33:04 EST 2005
Adrian Holovaty wrote:
> bruno at modulix wrote:
>> RoR is not an IDE, it's a web framework. The closest things in Python
>> are TurboGears (good Ajax/js support via Mochikit), Subway (never
>> tested), and Django (no Ajax support AFAIK).
> Note that "no Ajax support" is misleading. Of course you can use Ajax
> with Django, just as you can use it with *any* Web framework. That's
> server-side technology (Python). Django is just as capable of producing
> Hope that clears things up!
"browser-side technology", it's a bunch of technologies used together in
a client-server environment.
it's a bad thing, mind you).
Please refer to the article that started the hype
for more insight about what Ajax is (or is supposed to be).
An ajax-integrating framework would therefore be a framework that could
of the resources that can be called, retrieved and used by the client in
a seamless and transparent way.
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