Microsoft joins the OpenAjax Alliance


I am super excited about the fact that Microsoft is joining the Open Ajax Alliance. The ASP.NET AJAX team has long had the goal to help evolve AJAX-style development and ensure a high degree of interopablity between Ajax Frameworks and tools. But most importantly I am excited to be able to empowering web developers with technologies that work cross-browser and cross-platform.
Check out Bertrand Le Roy’s blog to stay up to date on our part in this effort…

 

Comments (13)

  1. I am sure you have heard the news already but wanted to post anyway following a long day of meetings

  2. Voilà une excellente nouvelle, qui me réjouit d’autant plus que je ne l’avais pas vu venir en interne,

  3. I missed this yesterday, but biggish news in the Ajax-o-sphere – Brad Abrams and Brandon Le Roy announced

  4. Ric Johnson says:

    THANK YOU!

    About a year ago, I donated the OpenAjax.Org to the Alliance.  Even though I was offered a LOT of money for this domain, I gave it to them for free in order to foster a community to help grow Ajax to be a standard.  My primary request to Jon Ferraiolo at that time was that he try to get Microsoft to join because I am a Microsoft developer.  

    I am glad I can now use my favorite MS tools to write Ajax applications that work well with other frameworks.

  5. Let's start this off with a link that compliments one from last week. ASP.NET Pre-Compiliation in

  6. I'm extremely pleased to announce that we're joining OpenAjax today and that I'll represent

  7. Almost a year ago Microsoft joins the OpenAjax Alliance , then a month ago, Microsoft Passes the OpenAjax

  8. Almost a year ago Microsoft joins the OpenAjax Alliance , then a month ago, Microsoft Passes the OpenAjax

  9. Programming says:

    Almost a year ago Microsoft joins the OpenAjax Alliance , then a month ago, Microsoft Passes the OpenAjax

  10. ASPInsiders says:

    Aptana has a cool Eclipse-based IDE for writing AJAX-y websites. It’s got built-in support, via plugins,