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Can I use Ajax with Seam?

 
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Is this framework compatible for working with javascript and Ajax based applications?
 
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Seam as a decent framework supports Ajax from the very beginning via RichFaces suite components or via its own web remoting facility (similar to DWR).
You can even build the UI with GWT and call Seam components as usual.
 
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Originally posted by John Todd:
Seam as a decent framework supports Ajax from the very beginning via RichFaces suite components or via its own web remoting facility (similar to DWR).
You can even build the UI with GWT and call Seam components as usual.



Couldn't have said it better myself.
 
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