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Re^3: Perl is dying

by eric256 (Parson)
on Jul 14, 2006 at 18:00 UTC ( #561283=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Perl is dying
in thread Perl is dying

All web based applications are CGI. Arn't they? Did I miss some change? Could be, dunno.

AJAX: Actualy AJAX is new becuase it involves a new process (retrieving data from the server after the page has finished loading.

Are you realy saying now that it doesn't even matter if the code/language is good or bad, it just doesn't have enough hype? Realy if your only concern is hype then start hyping the language instead of saying its dieing.

Honestly if your the same AM as the OP then I'm very disappointed because the original rant was actualy quite well written and thought out, while this argument was just lame.


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Re^4: Perl is dying
by gellyfish (Monsignor) on Jul 14, 2006 at 18:49 UTC

    Actualy AJAX is new becuase it involves a new process (retrieving data from the server after the page has finished loading.

    Well to be fair the XMLHttpRequest API (or rather its MS equivalent) has been available for about five years in IE and there were methods of doing similar things before that using tricks with frames and stuff. The API became available in Mozilla in 2002. I can't quite put my finger on when AJAX was first coined, but it was quite recently and the use of this raft of technologies certainly predated the naming.

    Update: The Wikipedia article on Ajax clearly indicates how far the use of these technologies predates the coining of the name.

    /J\

      The Wikipedia article on Ajax clearly indicates how far the use of these technologies predates the coining of the name.
      I thought people hated the name?

      Just to show that the name (IMO) most definitely isn't the reason for its success. It's the cool stuff that people can do with it, with as a prominent example: Google Maps.

        No, no, no. I hate the whole notion that seems to have come about recently that simply giving a group of ideas a name will give it some traction.

        /J\

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