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I have tried a couple of times to learn about AJAX, but have to admit that I haven't seen a good exposition of the subject yet, so I continue to struggle. One of my underlying fears has to do with JavaScript, asynchronous communication and TDD.

Does anyone here have any experience to share about test-driving AJAX-based GUIs? I've tried a little with Ruby on Rails' AJAX support, but I haven't got very far at all. JavaScript has historically been a nuisance to TDD practitioners, so I'm worried that if I embrace AJAX I have to leave test-driving my GUIs behind....
Hey, sticks and stones baby. And maybe a wee mention of my stuff:
Building a Better World in your Backyard by Paul Wheaton and Shawn Klassen-Koop
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