AJAX Crawl: Making AJAX Applications Searchable

@article{Duda2009AJAXCM,
  title={AJAX Crawl: Making AJAX Applications Searchable},
  author={Cristian Duda and Gianni Frey and Donald Kossmann and Reto Matter and Chong Zhou},
  journal={2009 IEEE 25th International Conference on Data Engineering},
  year={2009},
  pages={78-89}
}
Current search engines such as Google and Yahoo! are prevalent for searching the Web. Search on dynamic client-side Web pages is, however, either inexistent or far from perfect, and not addressed by existing work, for example on Deep Web. This is a real impediment since AJAX and Rich Internet Applications are already very common in the Web. AJAX applications are composed of states which can be seen by the user, but not by the search engine, and changed by the user using client-side events… CONTINUE READING

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