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Microsoft presenta framework para aplicaciones web avanzadas

Microsoft presentó ATLAS ASP.net su nueva herramienta de programación orientada a la web, que utiliza AJAX, una unión de diversas tecnologías que facilita la creación de aplicaciones avanzadas y más interactivas que las tecnologías existentes hasta la fecha y que se ha utilizado por ejemplo para la creación de servicios interactivos como por ejemplo Google Talk integrado en Gmail.

ATLAS ASP.net consiste en un framework que se integra en la suite de desarrollo Visual Studio 2005 de la compañía de Redmond y la plataforma ASP.net, y permite la creación de una aplicación web como si de otro tipo de aplicación se tratase.

Si además el usuario también tiene instalado el Internet Information Server, ATLAS lo reconoce y utiliza su configuración.

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