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Sounds like an interesting title. I have read a bit about using Ajax with JSF. Is that the kind of things your book covers? What other frameworks does it cover? Also, what Ajax Toolkits does it cover?

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Andrew

[Edit by Dave to provide (more) meaningful title]
[ September 19, 2006: Message edited by: David O'Meara ]
 
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Did you happen to read the description on Amazon?

Pro Ajax and Java Frameworks.

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We cover:
*Developer Tools
*Prototype
*Scriptaculous
*Dojo
*Taconite
*DWR
*AjaxTags
*JSF
*Struts
*Tapestry
*Spring
 
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