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A colleague of mine, Thomas Johan Eggum, finished his masters thesis on security pitfalls in ajax/web 2.0 applications this June. It's only available in norwegian, and you can download it here: Sikkerhetsfallgruver og forholdsregler i Web 2.0 med AJAX. Enjoy[...]
This weekend I finally found some time to "AJAXify" my photo site and add some fading effects. I'm pretty happy with the results. Tested in IE7/IE6, Firefox and Opera.[...]
A colleague of mine pointed me to the Spry Framework from Adobe. It's an elegant AJAX framework with a template/taglibs-like syntax. The framework basically consists of four javascript files. These files contains classes that makes implementing Ajax really simple. You can dynamically load data or add effects to your site.
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Kyran has written a really interesting paper on AJAX-driven worms. The post can be found here: http://sudolabs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=19
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There has been a lot of writing on the web lately about Ajax being a major security concern for web applications. But are these concerns really justified? I just read a great article about this on "A Port80 Software Blog": Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt in Web 2.0
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