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Defines implementation and deployment environment using tech= nologies, standards and products of the day - best of breed
From the Wikipedia definition at: http://e= n.wikipedia.org/wiki/AJAX
The Ajax technique uses a combination of:
- XHTML (or HTML), CSS, for marking up and styling information.
- The XMLHttpRequest object to exchange data asynchronously with the web = server. In some Ajax frameworks and in certain situations, an IFrame object= is used instead of the XMLHttpRequest object to exchange data with the web= server.
- XML is commonly used as the format for transferring data back from the = server, although any format will work, including preformatted HTML, plain t= ext, JSON and even EBML.
Like DHTML,LAMP, or SPA, Ajaxis not a technology in itself, but a term t= hat refers to the use of a group of technologies together.
Additionally, MapBuilder also makes use of the browsers XSLT processing = capabilities to produce widget HTML from the XML models. This may fur= ther restrict the set of browsers supported.
Only modern browsers are supported because of the heavy use of AJAX and = XSLT. MapBuilder v1.0 has been tested on the following browsers (please= add to the list if you have tested on that platform):
MapBuilder v1.5.1 Release has been tested on the following browsers = (please add to the list if you have tested on that platform):
Opera 9.5, 11.01, 12.16, 20.0.1387.82
Apple Safari 5.0.4
One important design principle is to re-use existing libraries as much a= s possible. To that end, MapBuilder uses the following external libra= ries.