[Dojo-interest] DWR & Dojo
sanjiv.jivan at gmail.com
Thu Nov 9 11:38:20 MST 2006
Appears like you don't have a good idea about what DWR is and the real value
it adds. Maybe you should read about DWR instead of spreading FUD.
I've along with several other users been using Dojo and DWR successfully and
the two are a powerful combination.
Not sure about what others on this list feel, I would rather you not try to
reply to every question when you don't know the right answer.
On 11/9/06, Andrew Scott <andrew.scott at aegeon.com.au> wrote:
> Ok I am confused with your use of DWR.
> DWR is just a mechanism to send data to the server and call a callback
> function when it is done. Is that not the case with you?
> dojo.io.bind can pass url variables or you can use dojo.io.formBind if you
> want to pass form field information.
> So I am not sure I understand you reluctance to move awat from DWR, I have
> used DWR and thats all it is, a set of utils to do smart things like
> populate all the elements by a given ID with one call like DWR.setValues(). Like I said I wrote that function for Dojo to do the same thing
> On 11/10/06, LiuCougar <liucougar at gmail.com> wrote:
> > do you try dojo RPC? sounds like it is what you may use instead of DWR
> > On 11/9/06, Heidebrink < heidebrink at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > I use DWR and Dojo together with no problems. DWR works very well for
> > > exposing your Java classes, especially if they are already written and
> > ready
> > > to go.
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