Hi Deepak. Here are my answers as bets I can;
1) Dojo is a complete Ajax toolkit which can be used to do anything from adding a nice-looking calendar widget to a page, to create a dynamic fat client in a web page using 2d graphics, layout managers, type-ahead comboboxes, trees and sortable, skinnable datagrids.
2) http://turtle.dojotoolkit.org/~dante/skewDemo/demo.html http://dojocampus.org/explorer/ http://ecminstitute.appspot.com/ http://www.feedhub.com/
Don't use portlets. Use a separate client (in Dojo, for example) with clear channels to specific urls for rpc and data on the server. If you absolutely must use portlets, see; http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/library/techarticles/0703_wallaker/0703_wallaker.html
Advantages: A comprehensive, smart and opinionated toolkit which guide you towards better modularization of client-side logic.
Disadvantages: The number of features are large and can be hard to grasp, also dojo.data, the data abstraction is a bit complex.
Dojo is very secure indeed. A lo of effort has been put into securing cross-domain access, hardening JSON data transfers, and other things.
7) Heavens, no!
And no book does, that is in print today. As a matter of fact, my book is the only one to cover certain interesting layout manages and widgets in the dojox (experimental) branch. But a truly *full* book would easily go over 1000 pages and take a while to write.
Hi Peter Svensson,
i have below Queries on DOJO
1> what is DOJO.? can you give me a practical example explaining DOJO.
A real time example would suffice in case you could provide.
2> uses of DOJO in real term scenario ?Example Please?
3> how effectively DOJO can be used in Weblogic Portal/Portlets?
5> Advantages and diaadvantages of using DOJO.?
6> Security in DOJO,how secure is DOJO
Last but not the least does the book in the offering cover all the above aspects of DOJO ?
Well,i have loads of more questions ,but for now the above are more than sufficient to be answered.