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AJAX and Java Frameworks compatibility

Ronald Depew
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Which Java Frameworks are most compatible with AJAX and why?
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Please name different questions with different subjects. I came close to closing this one thinking that it was a duplicate of your other.

I've adjusted the subject on this one for you.


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Bear Bibeault
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Since Ajax is a client-side technology, and the Java frameworks are server-side technologies, they don't really have a close binding and hence there really isn't any concept of 'more compatibile'.
 
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