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DWR Java Ajax: User Interface (pdf)

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Caution: this article is in PDF format. -Ed.

In this article, the author of the book DWR Java Ajax Application shows how to develop samples based on DWR, which demonstrate how to dynamically change the common user interface elements such as tables, lists, and field completion. It also covers steps to make a dynamic user interface skeleton for these samples.

The section on dynamic user interfaces shows how to get started with a DWR application, and it presents a user interface skeleton that will be used to hold the tables and lists sample, and the field completion sample.

The article is divided into the following three sections:

  • Creating a Dynamic User Interface—starts with creating a web project and a basis for samples mentioned in this chapter
  • Implementing Tables and Lists—shows us how to use DWR with them
  • Implementing Field Completion—has a sample for typical field completion
 read more | mail this link | score:9786 | -Niraja Mulye, December 30, 2008
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