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Asynchronous JavaScript and XML as client side Presentation

surendar vis
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Joined: Mar 29, 2006
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i am new to Asynchronous JavaScript and XML,right now iam using the Java ServerPages and HyperTextMarkupLanguage with CascadingStyleSheet for presentation purpose, i have to know what is meant by Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, and what are the feature that we can able to using Asynchronous JavaScript and XML in enterprise application , i am using JavaServerFaces framework, can ajax support jsf frame work, if it support tell me how to use Asynchronous JavaScript and XML in enterprise application, if possible give some sample examples which will give me clear basic knowledge about Asynchronous JavaScript and XML.
Eric Pascarello
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Man you like to type out all of those letters! I would like to say welcome to the forum and you are allowed to use the shorter CSS, HTML, etc. here! Save yourself some skin on your fingers!

Can you use JSF with Ajax? The answer is yes. We had the auhors of Pro JSF and Ajax visit the foums a month or two ago. You may want to visit Amazon to see their book and search the JSF forum for the Ajax topics that were covered.

Eric
 
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