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Erwin Bredford
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hi ranchers,
i am not really sure the best place to post this but i would like to know if anyone one has used "ajax" to build applications.
2.if anyone has used it with spring framework.
3.how cool is Ajax or is it just a fade?


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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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There have been a lot of AJAX discussions in this forum lately. See here, for example. I've used it to turn an existing applet demo into a very similar demo in which the Java code runs on the server and the GUI runs in the browser. I think it's very cool. Is it a fad? Not so much, really; the underlying ideas and tecnologies have already been around for a while and are used quite broadly; just the buzzword -- and the range of exciting applications -- is new.


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Erwin Bredford
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please which ajax implementation did u used.
which ajax toolkit would u adviced one to use .
thank u very much .
Eric Pascarello
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You may want to look at my blog. I posted a few articles on AJAX and a very simple example that does not involve the server.

http://radio.javaranch.com/pascarello/2005/06/21/1119410289172.html

You really do not have to use one of those frameworks out there, unless you are not really confortable writing the underlying JavaScript code. Tomorrow I will be posting a entry on my blog with a very basic server side example so look out for that.

Right now I am trying to finish up my last chapter for my book.

Eric
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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I thought this article was a good introduction; it's what I used to get started. But then Eric blogged something similar but better a few days later.
 
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