• Ajax security concerns you need to be aware of

    As developers implement Ajax and Web 2.0 applications, they need to understand security issues such as cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site request forgery (CSRF) and JavaScript hijacking.

    Jack Vaughan3,245 pointsBadges:
  • Yahoo! unveils Ajax Web services

    Leveraging its 2004 acquistion of Oddpost Inc., Yahoo! has released four new Ajax-based Web services APIs.

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Application performance management today, part 4: The challenges of Ajax performance testing

    The birth of Ajax and RIA has not really changed the basic problems of client-side performance, but the nature and amount of change in presentation architectures is beginning to tax the skills of testers.

    Jack Vaughan3,245 pointsBadges:
  • New chapter and verse on Ajax application security

    Web application security in Ajax is becoming an issue. Andrew van der Stock, who is heading the OWASP Guide project, spoke with SearchSoftwareQuality.com about Ajax security and what risks developers need to be concerned about.

    SearchSOA.com4,805 pointsBadges:
  • Ajax website security: Don’t trust the client

    Ajax security concepts aren't new; they're just applied differently, says Web security expert Billy Hoffman. Prime concern: The client plays a bigger role, and you can't trust it.

    MichelleDavidson435 pointsBadges:
  • How new Web application platforms put dev/test pros’ careers at risk

    Rapid changes in web application development platforms, such as Ajax and Visual Studio, are causing a skills gap. Veteran software developers and testers are struggling to keep up with emerging development platform technologies that don't capitalize on existing APIs and developer skillets,...

    Jan Stafford2,980 pointsBadges:
  • Ajax security — Is anyone listening?

    Concerned about Ajax security? Security expert Kevin Beaver says that if developers and security professionals learn the basics of Ajax, lock it down within reason, and consistently test for the obvious holes, then that's really all that's needed to make sure Ajax applications are secure.

    Kevin Beaver17,800 pointsBadges:
  • Ajax application security an issue, claims vendor alert

    Ajax applications are exposed to Web services security vulnerabilities, warns an alert from XML security vendor Forum Systems.

    SearchSOA.com4,805 pointsBadges:
  • Addressing e-mail usability and productivity via Ajax

    Where is the synergy between Ajax and e-mail?

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Providing cross-browser applications with Ajax

    Is it possible to build Ajax apps that run cross-browser?

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:

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