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Old 03-22-2007, 11:31 PM   #1
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LXer: Will PHP Bring Simplicity to AJAX?


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PHP is one of the most widely used languages on the Web today. Yet despite that fact there is no "P" in AJAX (define), Zend co-founder Andi Gutmans believes that PHP could be the glue that makes AJAX work better. Gutmans began his session at AJAXWorld here this week by noting that there are many different AJAX libraries for PHP. The problem is that there is no standard for doing AJAX with PHP. That's about to change. A new effort led by Zend is looking to provide a standard way to build AJAX with PHP.

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