Trevor Parscal wrote:
indeed invoke bad
memories of fragile scripts running in IE5 which are long and awkward
due to limitations in browser technology at the time. However, anyone
who has used a modern library like jQuery on a support browser will
tell you it's very powerful and intuitive while being simple,
straightforward and actually fun. Any language capable of supporting
this experience is worth seriously considering as an option for us.
Of course, little in the jQuery library would be useful for making
scripts that are executed server-side and output wikitext.