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Update On OpenAjax Alliance To Be Given By Jon Ferraiolo at AJAXWorld 2007 East

Alliance Leader Will Introduce the OpenAjax Hub and OpenAjax Conformance

Members of the OpenAjax Alliance will having a face-to-face meeting in New York City on March 22-23, the day after the close of the first AJAXWorld of this year, AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2007 (East) at The Roosevelt Hotel in midtown Manhattan. Many of the primary contributors at the OpenAjax Alliance will be speaking and/or demonstrating their products at AJAXWorld 2007 (East).

IBM's Jon Ferraiolo, who has headed up the Alliance on a day-to-day basis since David Boloker passed over the reins, will be giving a session  on "Driving AJAX Standards and Interoperability" on Tuesday, March 20.

He will introduce the OpenAjax Alliance and explain its role as the industry consortium that drives AJAX standards and interoperability, providing an overview of the Alliance's various technical activities around AJAX standards, interoperability initiatives, and communications activities.

Ferraiola will then introduce the OpenAjax Hub, along with demonstrations of the Hub delivering interoperability in mashup applications, and will introduce OpenAjax Conformance, the AJAX interoperability trust brand, and what vendors need to do to be conformant. He will also provide a status report on recently launched activities around IDE integration, server framework integration, a communications hub, and security.

In December 2006, the OpenAjax Alliance welcomed 21 new members, so there are now 71 members in all, as follows:

24SevenOffice
ActiveGrid
ActiveState
Adobe
American Greetings
Appeon
Aptana
Arimaan Global Consulting
BEA
Curl
Dojo Foundation
Eclipse Foundation
edge IPK
eLink Business Innovations
Finetooth
Global Computer Enterprises
Getahead (DWR)
GoETC
Helmi Technologies
HR-XML
IBM
ICEsoft
Ikivo
iPolipo
ILOG
Innoopract
Isomorphic Software
IT MILL
JackBe
Javeline
JSSL
JWAX
Laszlo Systems
Lightstreamer
MobileAware
Mozilla Corporation
NetScript Technologies
Nexaweb
Nitobi
Novell
OpenLink Software
OpenSpot
Openwave Systems
Opera
OpSource
Oracle
OS3.IT
Redmonk
SAP
Scalix
Seagull Software
Sitepen
Software AG
Sun Microsystems
The Frontside
Tealeaf Technology
Teleca Mobile
Tibco
Transmend
Vertex Logic
Visible Measures
Visual WebGui
Volantis Systems
Webtide
XML11
Zend
Zimbra
Zoho

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queZZtion 02/26/07 06:48:27 AM EST

Is jQuery OpenAjax compliant?

Elsewhere on the Web 02/26/07 06:47:54 AM EST

John Resig has some issues with both the alliance and the OpenAjax Hub implementation.

He blogs them here: http://ejohn.org/blog/thoughts-on-openajax/