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Spring and DWR – Ajax made Easy

January 31st, 2007 by
(https://blog.trifork.com/2007/01/31/spring-dwr-ajax-made-easy/)

Direct Web Remoting (DWR) is an Open Source initiative that provides easy Ajax for Java. Besides being the best Ajax framework for Java developers, it has one more big feature, at least in my opinion. It integrates very nicely with Spring, by provides the means to easily remote your spring-managed beans to JavaScript. However, up until now there has always been a very loose coupling between the DWR configuration and the Spring configuration. For more information on how DWR was configured to work with Spring in the past see one of my earlier post on using DWR in conjunction with Spring (note that it is fairly outdated).

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Your first cup of DWR…

April 24th, 2005 by
(https://blog.trifork.com/2005/04/24/your-first-cup-of-dwr/)

Ok, so you want to create a more intuitive and responsive web application?
And you’ve decided to give AJAX, HttpXmlRequest, DWR or any other buzzword of the last few months, a try?
Now, if you’re also using the Spring framework for building you’re applications, than you’ve come to the right blog..This blog entry provides you with an introduction to Direct Web Remoting (DWR) in conjunction with Spring. It assumes a basic knowledge of both JavaScript and building applications using Spring.

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