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Spring 2.5 and Maven problems

It looks like the spring 2.5 jars that where uploaded to the official maven repository are broken. The full spring jar is 321 kb large and only contains the spring aop classes. Anyway I added springs own repository to my pom and then i got the correct jar and sources <repository>   <id>spring</id>   <name>Spring Portfolio Repository</name> […]

Spring and 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 […]

Integrating Spring and GWT

I just completed my first shot at integrating Spring with GWT. You can check it out here Here’s what you do to expose a simple service. 1) Write the remote service, note that the service no longer extends RemoteServiceServlet however HelloService should still implement RemoteService public class HelloServiceImpl implements HelloService { public String sayHello(String name) […]

Your first cup of DWR…

Important: this post is fairly outdated. Take a look at my more recent blog post on DWR and Spring integration. 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 […]