Thursday, December 28, 2006

"Ajax" and "Web 2.0" occupy spots near the top of Google's Hot List



The world is interested in knowing more about Ajax.

Of all Google searches, the top 6 in the "What is" or "Define" queries that hit Google, 3 of these twelve top queries in these categories are about "Ajax" or "Web 2.0" deveopment. Thanks to Jesse James Garrett for coining a great term, thanks to the "Ajaxians" Dion Almaer and Ben Galbraith for spreading the word through their site and podcasts, and thanks to the many easy to use frameworks like DojoToolkit, Prototype among a growing number of open sourced Ajax toolkits... a vast expansion in DHTML and asynchronous web development continues to generate a huge and growing interest even among non-developers today. Exciting times.

http://www.google.com/intl/en/press/zeitgeist2006/whatshot.html

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