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ANNOUNCE: Trinidad in Action Part 2

Kito Mann
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In the second installment of the Trinidad series, Matthias Wessendorf shows how Ajax is built into all the Trinidad components. You will also learn how easy it is to use the client- and server-side Ajax API, which gives you a straightforward way to add application-specific Ajax support.

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