Refining the art of enterprise Web apps
JackBe Presto and Nexaweb Enterprise Web 2.0 Suite converge on a powerful and productive model for server-side mashups supporting AJAX clientsFollow @peterwayner
Nexaweb, on the other hand, began as a Java-based framework for building client-server applications that connected a set of XML-defined widgets to a set of data sources through a J2EE server. It offered the kind of client-server framework that Presto now offers -- but it sent this information to a Java-based tool on the client. Now, the company has built an AJAX version for deploying the client, giving developers another pathway for your application.
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