This course introduces the Ajax programming model for web applications, and guides Java developers through the sometimes bewildering array of approaches to adding Ajax functionality into their web applications.
Then we analyze the challenges of supporting Ajax from the server side, going beyond simple Ajax request-handling strategies to consider goals such as:
Reuse mechanisms such as JSP tag files and JSF facelets are also considered.
We then look at two of the dominant forms of Ajax framework: the RMI approach, and JSF component libraries. For each class of tool we investigate two popular options -- DWR and jabsorb; RichFaces and Trinidad -- and use that comparison to discover the broader architectural patterns of that approach.
Students will complete the course ready to make intelligent choices of Ajax tooling for their applications, and to start working with their chosen framework.
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following areas is required:
Our computer technical requirements and setup process is easy, with support just a click away.
Posted on Mar 02, 2011 by Nat Dunn
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