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AJAXWorld Magazine Debuts on Newsstands Worldwide

AJAXWorld reaches more than 220,000 readers worldwide with its digital edition, print subscribers, and newsstand distribution

The premier issue of the AJAXWorld Magazine hit world wide newsstands last month. AJAXWorld reaches more than 220,000 readers world wide, including its digital edition readers, print subscribers, as well as single copy newsstand distribution.


(Photo - Sunday, October 22, 2006) The premier issue of AJAXWorld Magazine at Barnes & Noble in Boca Raton, Glades Road store at the University Commons Mall, displayed next to its sister publication, Java Developer's Journal. JDJ carries an all time single copy sales record for any i-technology magazine.

The premier issue of the magazine includes a number of exclusive articles, in addition to opinion pieces and tutorials:

"AJAX and Atlas: An overview of two AJAX implementations," by Ben Reichelt

"AJAX & SOA: The Next Killer App," by John Crupi

"Building a Drag-and-Drop: Shopping Cart with AJAX -- Creating an Interactive Shopping Experience," by Joe Danziger

"Intelligent Web Applications with AJAX: A Peek into Modern Technologies For Browser-Based Applications," by Victor Rasputnis, Igor Nys, and Anatole Tartakovsky

"Struts Validations Framework Using AJAX: Enriching the Existing Framework," by Sonny Hastomo

"Rich Internet Components with JavaServer Faces: Providing the End User with a Rich and Responsive User Interface," by Jonas Jacobi & John Fallows

"Integrating AJAX with JMX: Opposite Ends of the Systems Management Stack," by Graham Paul Harrison

"JSF and AJAX: Introducing a New Open Source Project," by Jonas Jacobi and John Fallows

"Super-Charge JSF AJAX Data Fetch: Harnessing Managed Beans," by Jonas Jacobi and John Fallows

"JavaServer Faces and AJAX for Google Fans: Create Your Own Custom Components & Build RIAs," by Jonas Jacobi and John Fallows

"Scaling AJAX Applications Using Asynchronous Servlets: Multiplexing Client Sockets," by Bahar Limaye

"ColdFusion and AJAX: A Primer," by Jeffry Houser

"Custom Error Handling Using AJAX: Enhancing the Interactive Experience," by Ryan Anklam

"So What Is AJAX?" by Rob Gonda

Advertising Opportunities
AJAXWorld Magazine is sponsored by leading technology vendors. Information on advertising, sponsorship and exhibit opportunities can be obtained by e-mail at events(at)sys-con.com or by phone at 201 802-3020.

The premier issue advertisers of the magazine include Adobe, Amazon, Apress, Backbase, ComponentArt, Cynergy Systems, Google, Helmi Technologies, IBM, ICEsoft, ILOG, Infragistics, JackBe, Laszlo Systems, Nexaweb, OASIS, Parasoft, Sun, telerik, TIBCO, U7 Web Technologies, Visible Measures, and Zapatec.

AJAXWorld Receives The Largest Number of Sponsor Support 
For Its March 2007 East New York City Event

SYS-CON Events also announced the other "charter sponsors" of AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2007 East, which included; Laszlo Systems (Diamond Sponsor), JackBe (Platinum Sponsor), Adobe (Platinum Sponsor), Cynergy (Platinum Sponsor), Google (Gold Sponsor), Nexaweb (Gold Sponsor), ICEsoft (Gold Sponsor), Sun Microsystems (Silver Sponsor), Parasoft (Silver Sponsor), Lightstreamer (Exhibitor Plus Sponsor),  IT Mill (Exhibitor Plus Sponsor),  FrogLogic (Exhibitor Plus Sponsor),  Zapatec (Exhibitor Plus Sponsor), and Manning Publications (AJAX Book Sponsor).

More Stories By RIA News Desk

Ever since Google popularized a smarter, more responsive and interactive Web experience by using AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript + XML) for its Google Maps & Gmail applications, SYS-CON's RIA News Desk has been covering every aspect of Rich Internet Applications and those creating and deploying them. If you have breaking RIA news, please send it to [email protected] to share your product and company news coverage with AJAXWorld readers.

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