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Dojo Practical Project

Ran Giri
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Joined: Oct 09, 2004
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Do you recommend this for Java developers/ I mean How easily this integrate with Java apps?
Frank Zammetti
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Joined: Dec 16, 2004
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Dojo is a pure JavaScript framework and as such you should be able to integrate it pretty easily with any Java framework (JSF might be a bit of a problem, and maybe others, but even there I'm sure it's possible, and who wants to use JSF anyway? LOL). My book however doesn't discuss Java at all, in fact it doesn't discuss back-end concerns at all.


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