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 Ajax tradeoffs and the right XML encoding for you

When using XML in your Ajax apps you have to ask yourself what flavor of XML fits your needs best. Several tradeoffs are involved. Some of the obvious choices to pick from are (X)HTML, SVG or X3D if your data is graphical, Atom for snippets of data over time, OPML for simple outlines, and RDF for semantic graphs. This article gives you everything you need to decide which is the right way to encode your data for your Ajax application.

 (Submitted by Anonymous Thu Jan 11, 2007 )

  


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