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Question on Ajax Integration

 
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Dear Alexi White & Andre Charland,

I am new to Ajax.
1)Can Ajax be integrated with any java framework?
2)Can Ajax be integrated with Swing?
 
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1) Ajax operates on the client, Java frameworks on the server. They're fairly unbound.

2) Swing has little to do with the web
 
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Yup, I'd answer the same as Bear on this one. Some server side Java frameworks are certainly better than others for working with Ajax. If Java is your like I'd check out DWR, GWT and the Nitobi CompleteUI for Java.
 
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