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Hello, Frankly, before today, i don't have an idea of what Dojo does?? But i just read introduction of Dojo. It seems cool.
& one more thing,
I am currently learning and experimenting Wicket framework and it's ajax capabilities(i think AJAXification is very easy)? How dojo will fit in with wicket. Is it possible to get advantage of both ( I mean integration is there of course, but how easy and feasible it will be)??
Before software can be reusable, it first has to be usable. - Ralph Johnson
I don't know Wicket, but I've heard that it is similar in some ways to Tapestry (which I've used quite a lot). I would guess that you would need some kind of Dojo plugin in Wicket to be able to use it, and also create wrappers for the widgets you would like to use.
As long as you would have access to some kind of 'pure' html page or part of page that you can modify, you can insert Dojo CSS and script resources in the same way you would in a stand-alone page.
I think that JS is one of the most forgiving languages to learn, as you don't really need to understand everything you do or use. One good way to learn is to just copy in an example in a page and mess with it. Learn one small thing at a time, in your own pace.
& In wicket, it is possible and there is one plugin for dojo. but i guess first i'll get my hand dirty (i mean write some hello world dojo) and then only i can conclude that Wicket and Dojo are made for each other or not.