Saturday, April 23, 2005

: "Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) with Java 2 Enterprise Edition

Anyone who has used Flickr, GMail, Google Suggest, or Google Maps will realize that a new breed of dynamic web applications are emerging. These applications look and act very similar to traditional desktop applications without relying on plugins or browser specific features. Web applications have traditionally been a set of HTML pages that must be reloaded to change any portion of the content. Over the past few years, technologies such as JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) have matured to the point where they can be used effectively to create very dynamic web applications that will work on all of the major browsers. This document and the solutions associated with it will detail several techniques that you can use today to enable your web applications to be more rich and interactive like desktop applications."

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