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Backbase adds iPhone to Enterprise AJAX

updated 10:20 am EDT, Tue June 26, 2007

Backbase supports iPhone

The AJAX developer Backbase has announced that it has added support for the Apple iPhone to its Enterprise suite. Included as a part of this is support for the phone's web browser, Safari 3, and the as-yet unreleased Mac OS X Leopard. Apple declared AJAX the basis for the iPhone SDK at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference; the code is used to develop Rich Internet Applications (RIAs), as well as enhanced general interfaces. Programming with AJAX allows the iPhone to take advantage of SOA, Java, .NET and PHP/Ruby. Backbase has further announced that it will develop its own widgets and components for the iPhone, which will see release in the coming months.




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  1. kaisdaddy

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Maybe they will...

    ...offer Ajax 360 support for Safari now.

  1. Gepard

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    yeah right..

    go the website and try one of their demos and you will get this:

    "Unsupported browser Backbase software does not support the browser (version) you are currently using. Please try one of the browsers listed below:

    Windows Internet Explorer 5.5 Internet Explorer 6.0 Internet Explorer 7.0 Firefox 1.x Firefox 2.0 Mozilla 1.7+ Netscape 7.2 Netscape 8.0 Linux and Unix Firefox 1.x Firefox 2.0 Mozilla 1.7+ Netscape 7.2 Apple (Mac OS X 10.2+) Firefox 1.x Firefox 2.0 Camino 0.82+ Mozilla 1.7+ Netscape 7.2 If you want to upgrade your browser we recommend Firefox."

    Also changing a user agent in the Debug menu does not work either.

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