One of the most telling signs that Morfik is really achieving its goal of making the creation of web applications easy is how little you see the word “Ajax” employed anywhere were Morfik users are involved. I remember telling Fuad Ta’eed, then Business Development Director at Morfik, that “the best way to do Ajax is not to know what Ajax is…”. This line has remained in my head since that day and it seems to have been well proven, in the mean time.
Morfik was conceived at a time when there was no such thing as Ajax. In fact, work in the very early stages of what would one day become Morfik AppsBuilder started even before all the technology pieces that would, eventually, be called Ajax where widely available. This way, work Morfik always gravitated around making a very easy to use, RAD, web development tool. This lead to all the aspects of what is called Ajax becoming the underlying plumbing which makes the Morfik Framework work, but with which the developer needs seldom to have contact with.
Keeping all this in mind, I guess the anwser to the question of where is the Ajax is simple: It’s everywhere.