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Ajax Framework Collision
Summary: Using Ajax toolkits is a popular way to make JSF components more interactive. But multiple Ajax toolkits on the client can produce unintended consequences, explains ICESoft's Steve Maryka in this interview with Artima.
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Most recent reply: June 28, 2007 0:09 AM by balaji
    Posts: 135 / Nickname: fsommers / Registered: January 19, 2002 7:24 AM
    Ajax Framework Collision
    June 21, 2007 6:00 PM      
    In this interview with Artima, ICESoft's Steve Maryka explains the dangers of using multiple Ajax toolkits in a Web page:

    What techniques have you found useful to avoid Ajax framework collision?
    • Rob
      Posts: 1 / Nickname: robdimarco / Registered: June 21, 2007 2:36 PM
      Re: Ajax Framework Collision
      June 21, 2007 7:46 PM      
      I guess the flippant response is Well just don't do that. Really, I think it comes down to choosing the right tool for the job. When looking at developing applications, if you have serious AJAX needs, maybe a framework like Echo2 or GWT would be a better fit than a JSF component based framework.
    • balaji
      Posts: 1 / Nickname: balu1 / Registered: June 27, 2007 7:05 PM
      Re: Ajax Framework Collision
      June 28, 2007 0:09 AM