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Ajax Libraries

 
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I'm started to deal with Ajax using Java, but i think that it will be helpfull if i can get some libraries. Somebody knows what are the most usable libraries to make it easy work with Ajax.

thanks in advance...
 
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What do you plan to do using Ajax? There are many libraries serving different purposes. Thanks.
 
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Well, in applications in general... actually i work in a financial services institution and i made diferents kind of applications, but here they love web applications... and i think they will enjoy more this with the benefits of AJAX... and i would enjoy it more using some libraries that would help me deal with common tasks, or using some tags that could deal with AJAX without lot of programming tasks...
 
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Where can I find the other AJAX API refereces?
So, I know a little bit like XMLHTTPRequest, XMLHTTPResponse etc.

I'm using it for data exchange from server's side XML to client side because of performance.


What are advantages?
 
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Originally posted by Sophia Choi:
Where can I find the other AJAX API refereces?
So, I know a little bit like XMLHTTPRequest, XMLHTTPResponse etc.

I'm using it for data exchange from server's side XML to client side because of performance.


What are advantages?



Sophia,

Your question has nothing to do with this thread. Please post your question in a new topic.

Eric Pascarello
 
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If your browser requirement is Internet explorer, you can dig into MSDN library to learn more about using DOM, XMLHTTPRequest, and so on..

New browser version has builtin XSLT and Xpath parsers.

You can find lots of information when you explore MSDN.
 
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