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The state of AJAX for Java, at JavaOne Afterglow 2006

Last week, Sun Belgium asked me to give a 15 minute overview about the state of AJAX frameworks for Java programmers at their JavaOne Afterglow 2006 mini-conference. It's difficult to say something meaningful in such a short timespan, but I did my best.

This is the PDF of my presentation, in case it might be useful for someone:

PDF  Static PDF document (170KB)

posted by Geert Bevin in Java on Jun 16, 2006 8:14 AM : 3 comments [permalink]
 

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Re: The state of AJAX for Java, at JavaOne Afterglow 2006
gert, that is great. from that doc it would appear that your favorite ajax approach right now is OpenLaszlo. is that true?
Re: The state of AJAX for Java, at JavaOne Afterglow 2006
both DWR and OpenLaszlo. depending on the context
Re: The state of AJAX for Java, at JavaOne Afterglow 2006
Hey Geert, other pure server-side frameworks you should consider is ThinWire, ZK and Echo2.

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