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Dale Chapman
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I use JSF as my primary user interface framework. I have played around a bit with AJAX and have found many issues related to integrating AJAX and JSF. There are some JSF tag libraries specifically for AJAX and I was wondering if your book addresses any of these types of libraries. Also, I have some experience using Direct Web Remoting (DWR) as an AJAX framework. I am wondering if your book addresses frameworks like DWR and if so, do you do a comparison among the different frameworks?

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Originally posted by Dale Chapman:
I use JSF as my primary user interface framework. I have played around a bit with AJAX and have found many issues related to integrating AJAX and JSF. There are some JSF tag libraries specifically for AJAX and I was wondering if your book addresses any of these types of libraries. Also, I have some experience using Direct Web Remoting (DWR) as an AJAX framework. I am wondering if your book addresses frameworks like DWR and if so, do you do a comparison among the different frameworks?

Thanks.
Dale Chapman


We do address DWR, and IceFaces, which you might be interested in, as it is Ajax for JSF. We don't really have a chapter which discusses a head-to-head comparison between different frameworks, but we do expose you to what can be done w/ each of them in several chapters.
 
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