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Robert Peake's Blog:
Design Patterns, Ajax, and Application Supremacy
November 14, 2005 @ 06:21:43

In his latest post, Robert Peake he talks about design patterns, Ajax, and "Application Supremacy".

A sidebar to a recent article in CIO Magazine framed the competition between Microsoft and Google as a competition between .NET and Ajax.

The recent limelight Ajax has enjoyed thanks in part to Google's inspiring use of the technology, combined with the recent announcement of the Zend Framework For PHP, propels the relevance of design patterns in PHP applications forward in a new direction.

The keen interest of numerous industries to realize a consistent application framework via the Zend Framework For PHP only strengthens the argument toward best practices and enterprise standards for PHP applications. Such standards and practices could propel PHP into the foreground of the battle between desktop applications and browser applications.

And, to continue the topic, be sure to check out part two of his series in the International PHP Magazine that will look at more design patterns and how they can be integrated well with Ajax in a web application...

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