Ajax is the most "RAM" web development technology in nearly a year! I have a subscription to some Java news, whether it's JDJ (Java Developer ' s Journal) or Javaworld, and almost every issue introduces Ajax. I am here to explain what is Ajax, it is not clear that users can refer to the post attached to the reference link.
After more than a year of development, open the Community and the efforts of commercial manufacturers, Ajax, although the threshold is still quite high, but is not so unattainable. There are more than 10 of Ajax-related books on Amazone, and Ajax-related frameworks and APIs are springing up and growing, even with the integration development tools (IDE). Perhaps these are not enough to make Ajax approachable, because the essence of what to learn is not less, but at least will not let you back the drums, so that you can easily take the first step.
List of main speakers (twinkling stars):
Jesse James Garrett-father of Ajax, adaptive Path
Michael Mahemoff-creator of Ajax Patterns
Alex Russell-founder & Project leads for the Dojo Toolkit
Bill Scott-creator of Rico & Ajax Evangelist at Yahoo!
Brad Neuberg-creator of Really simple History, AMASS, and Dojo contributor
Joe Walker-creator of DWR
David geary-best-selling Books on both Java component frameworks
Dylan Schiemann-co-founder of the DoJo Toolki
T Eric Pascarello-co-author of Ajax in Action
Greg Murray-servlet Specification/ajax Lead
Jason Hunter-author of Java Servlet programming
Patrick Lightbody-co-author of "webwork in Action"
Justin Gehtland-co-author of "pragmatic AJAX"
Jonathan Hawkins-microsoft Atlas Lead
Rod smith-vice President of Internet Technology with IBM
Scott Dietzen-president and chief Technology officer of Zimbra