1. AccessKey Underlining Library
Commercial with free download
3. Ajax JavaServer Faces Framework
Open Source (Apache)
The Ajax-JSF framework is designed to allow simple conversion of any existing JavaServer Faces application to Ajax functionality. Most of the existing components can be used as is or simply converted to Ajax support. Proposal to MyFaces project. Minimal differences from JSF specifications.
4. Ajax JSP Tag Library
Unspecified, free to use http://weblogs.asp.net/mschwarz/
Free to use with source
8.AjaxCaller Michael Mahemoff(2005)
AjaxCaller is a basic thread-safe wrapper around XMLHttpRequest mainly for Ajax newcomers; still raw alpha and under development and is only packaged with the AjaxPatterns live search demos for now. Follows REST principles.
Apache's JavaServer Faces implementatio; currently experimenting with Ajax support.
Commercial with community edition
BackBase is a comprehensive browser-side framework with support for rich browser functionality as well as .NET and Java integration. BackBase provides Rich Internet Application(RIA) software that radically improves the usability and effectiveness of online applications and increases developer productivity. With BackBase you can build web applications with a richer and more responsive user interface. BackBase provides separation of presentation from logic through a custom XHTML namespace.
Commercial with free version
Rich component suite, including a WYSIWYG text editor and spreadsheet widget.
A comprehensive port of Ruby on Rails to PHP, including top-notch support for Ajax.
15. CL-Ajax Richard Newman(2005)
Pre-release commercial with free download
17. Coolest DHTML Calendar
Open Source with commercial support
18. CPAINT (Cross Platform Asynchronous Interface Toolkit)
Open Source(GPL and LGPL)
19. Dojo Alex Russell (2004)
20. DWR (Direct Web Remoting)
21. Echo 2
Open source (MPL or GPL)
The f(m) project is an ECMAScript Base Class Library, based on the .NET Framework, that was written to serve as the foundation for a new breed of browser-based web applications.
Friday, January 4, 2008
Posted by Smrithi at 3:26 AM