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hani Ibrahim
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Dear all,
i run succesfully "Hello world DWR" examples but i found it is lack of documentation and few tutorials in the net.
1)does anyone have a link for full documentation to DWR
2)Is it recommended and easy or there an api for ajax more simple and has good documentations and tutorials.
Bear Bibeault
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Originally posted by hani Ibrahim:
1)does anyone have a link for full documentation to DWR
Did you try the DWR site?

2)Is it recommended and easy or there an api for ajax more simple and has good documentations and tutorials.

If all you are trying to to do is to use Ajax, DWR may be a bit overkill as it is intended to use Ajax to simulate RPC between JavaScript and Java. For "classical" Ajax I'd recommend a less abstracted library such as Prototype or jQuery, the latter being my own library of choice.


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sachin yadav
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You can even look at ExtJS(www.extjs.com), it's build on yahoo, prototype and jquery API's. It has the capability to completely saperate your GUI to you business logic.
 
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