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Seam in Action by Dan Allen

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Chapter 12. Ajax and JavaScript remoting

This chapter covers

  • Combining Ajax and JSF
  • Validating form inputs instantly
  • Invoking components from JavaScript
  • Using Seam as a GWT service

When applications are ported to the web environment, something is often lost in translation: the user experience. Even nontechnical users understand the need to wait for a page to load after each action, evidence of the lack of continuity that plagues many web applications. Ajax provides a way to bring the rich, interactive application (RIA) user experience to the web.

In the previous chapter, you learned how the mission-critical and sometimes daunting task of securing your application is dramatically simplified thanks to Seam. By filling in a few blanks, you’re ...

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