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Dojo + J2EE Framework

Siva Arun
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Planning to build a simple inventory application using DOJO and any one of the J2EE frameworks like Struts, Spring or JSF. Is there any book (or) tutorial available which has both DOJO and any one of the framework?


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Jesper de Jong
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This doesn't sound like a Beginning Java topic... I will move this to a more appropriate forum for you.


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Martijn Verburg
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I would have thought that the Dojo guys would have a tutorial referenced on their site?


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David Newton
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None of the Struts 2 books really talks about Dojo much. Note that Struts 2's Dojo support has been deprecated due to the very old version of Dojo the Struts 2 Dojo plugin uses--in my opinion the back end technology really isn't directly related to Dojo, though. I'd just get information on Dojo and a back-end framework separately.
 
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