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Ajax with Spring

 
Mohan Panigrahi
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Are there some standard frameworks available which integrate Ajax with Spring?

I would like to know if any of the ranchers have worked with this combination and some words of wisdom on how did they model their architecture.

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I can just add a point that DWR https://dwr.dev.java.net/ was suggested many geeks around.
 
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It looks like DWR (an Ajax framework) has some kind of a Spring integration. Haven't used it myself, though.

In fact, I've only used the Ajax stuff built into the Ruby on Rails framework and I've used the Prototype JavaScript Framework "manually", that is, writing JavaScript using the Prototype library for making Ajax requests etc. I guess I didn't even feel a real need to have an "Ajax framework" beyond Prototype.
 
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Gee. Did I spend over 10 minutes writing the reply...?
I guess I need to go to bed!
 
Mohan Panigrahi
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Thanks ranchers for the response!
I was hoping to hear from Kris too on this topic. Kris do you have views on this?

Thanks,
 
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