sponsored by IBM
Posted:  10 Jun 2008
Published:  10 Jun 2008
Format:  HTML
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Web 2.0 applications extend the value of SOA through rich user experiences and integration between external and internal content. Because of technical and browser security limitations, basic connectivity between Ajax clients and SOA services has been complex and expensive to develop.


This white paper discusses methods for creating Ajax-based applications and improving Web 2.0 to SOA connectivity. Discover an enhanced set of Ajax development tools and server enhancements that allow for improved integration between Ajax and J2EE Web technology and support common Web 2.0 application patterns. Explore an Ajax proxy that eliminates browser security concerns with cross-domain scripting when combining internal and external services. Learn how to reduce the time to market of Ajax applications and lower the costs of Ajax adoption.

AJAX | Application Integration | Application Server Software | SOA | Web Application Security | Web Development

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