Friday, August 3, 2007

Programmers adopt Flex and migrate to ActionScript 3.0

"The JavaScript components of an Ajax application are typically generated dynamically at runtime, making it harder to debug and requiring developers to be proficient in C#, JavaScript, and HTML. One of the touted benefits of .NET programming was that with one language (such as C#) you could program both tier 1 and tier 2. Sadly, however, Ajax throws a wrench in the works and, in my personal opinion — stemming from years of object-oriented C, C++, and C# application development — is a hack."