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Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
Lessons learned on the web layer
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Lessons learned on the web layer

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A brief tour about lessons learned while developing web2.0 applications: what to do, and what to avoid.

A brief tour about lessons learned while developing web2.0 applications: what to do, and what to avoid.

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  1. Lessons learned on the web layer Ignacio Coloma icoloma@extrema-sistemas.com http://extrema-sistemas.com
  2. The goal Make web development simpler.
  3. Why? Because if the web layer receives proper care, quality perceived by the user increases. After all, this layer is everything they will see.
  4. This is not about any specific web framework
  5. Two types of web applications RIA: gwt, flex, silverlight Gray zone: ext, dojo REST: anything else
  6. How to choose? Look at your requirements!
  7. Jakob's law “Users spend most of their time on other sites” Jakob's Law of the Internet User Experience

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