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Continuing the new Wrox.com articles we started last week, Nicholas C. Zakas (Professional Ajax co-author and Professional JavaScript for Web Developers author) has written a new article Ajax and the Yahoo! Connection Manager that should be of interest to this group. Here's the beginning of the article:
 
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quote:The introduction of Ajax techniques to the web has spurred a series of JavaScript libraries designed to aid in cross-browser Ajax coding. A search for Ajax libraries on your favorite search engine will reveal a plethora of libraries claiming to be the best for such tasks. Recently, Yahoo! released some of its JavaScript utilities to the public; among them is the Connection Manager.
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With Ajax making heavy use of XMLHttp, many developers are looking for ways to equalize the differences between browser implementations. The Yahoo! Connection Manager does this by handling all of the processing behind the scenes, exposing a simple API that frees developers from cross-browser concerns.
Here's the link to the complete article:
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-291408.html

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