AJAX your Struts

Ajax has been top of the news for quite some time but ask Java developers if they have tried out Ajax and the answer would probably be “Hmmmm…..No!”. The most common reason being that that they aren’t sure where to begin.

The article Sprinkle Some AJAX Magic in Your Struts Web Application takes a quick look at what is AJAX and then goes on to show how you can implement AJAX in your Struts applications. A good place to begin your Ajax adventure. You could even just pick up the Sample Code and see if it makes sense.

Once you are famiiar with Ajax, have a look at the Ajax + Java toolbox. Robert Palmer takes a quick look at AJAXTags, Taconite, Direct Web Remoting (DWR) and Moo.fx.

Happy Ajaxing!

Related:
>> AJAX gets even bigger with Mustang Java SE 6
>> Is AJAX worth adopting?
>> Will AJAX bring up a different kind of software developer?
>> AJAX is more hype than substance
>> AJAX is very important and the timing is right for the rich Internet client

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  • ‘Guest’

    poor

  • Noname

    They are too similar to be of much help to each other.

    Struts should really have merged with an Object Relational mapping tool like Hibernate.

    Anybody from Struts / Hibernate listening?