Sun Joins the OpenAJAX Alliance and Dojo Foundation
Sun Joins OpenAJAX
By: Open Source News
Jun. 16, 2006 04:00 PM
Sun Microsystems, Inc., the creator and leading advocate of Java(TM) technology, today announced it is continuing its ongoing investment in open source and the AJAX application model by joining the OpenAJAX Alliance, as well as the Dojo Foundation. Sun plans to actively participate in these two communities to help drive open standards for AJAX programming and increase interoperability across AJAX technologies.
As part of the OpenAJAX Alliance, Sun will collaborate with over 30 other member companies and organizations to identify and consolidate best practices, reach a consensus on programming models around a reference implementation for tools interoperability and generate wider AJAX adoption throughout the industry.
"We're looking forward to Sun's involvement in helping to mature the Toolkit. Sun's support of the Dojo Foundation, inclusion of Rhino in the upcoming Java(TM) Platform Standard Edition 6 and recent release of Project Phobos underline a commitment to a better future for both users and developers," said Alex Russell, current president of the Dojo Foundation.
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