IBM offers software that lets Web sites run frequent and automatic scans of their Flash and Ajax-based apps for security holes.
Web applications are getting richer and more widespread, but it's unclear which of several competing technologies will power them.
Ajax, what it does now and in the future.
Smash, which stands for "secure mash-ups," will go to the Open Ajax Alliance to make it easier to protect against data hacks.
Yet another Web Operating System launches. This one is from Michael Robertson, founder of MP3.com, Linspire, and SIPPhone.
Black Hat presenters build an Ajax-enabled Web site by the book only to tear it apart before a live audience.
At JavaOne, Oracle lays out its plan to enhance JDeveloper and its server software.
A popular site-development tool gets an update, but the builder's interface is dated.
XMG Image is a bit of a science project, blending image hosting services with new Web technologies like Ajax.
Australian start-up aims to revolutionize the online discussion group.