Dan Grossman posted about the top 10 new Ajax applications, but he neglected to obtain some screenshots for our perusal! So, I’m just going to post the list in order again, this time with sneak previews:
1) Kiko, an online collaborative callendar
2) Backbase’s RSS reader
3?Backpack, a large to do list web application
??Writely, an online text / word processor
5?Amazon Suggest, fills a frame with results “as you type” which is really when you stop typing. Saves you a click of that submit button….
?) Time tracker, a time management / scheduling tool with a somewhat cludgy interface.
9) Protopage: YAP (Yet Another Portal) that is too cluttered for my tastes
10) Periodic table, ajaxed somehow…
Out of this list of Ajax apps, I can only truly recommend the following: the Backbase RSS reader, Backpack, Writely, and the Delicious Director. The rest are varying degrees of crappy…
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