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Relevance to JSF technologies

Joseph Marques
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JSF and other component-oriented technologies are the perfect market for AJAX. With more and more vendors selling catalogs of components and AJAX-enabling the transport of parameters to bind to them, I would think the developers would have great ease of use while the business quick time to market. What do you see as the future for JSF/AJAX? Do you see it getting stronger or weaker? Will there be more integration, and if so how quickly do you think it will take off?
 
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