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XPages Portable Command Guide: A Compact Resource to XPages Application Development and the XSP Language by Dan O’Connor, Tony McGuckin, Maire Kehoe, Martin Donnelly

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Chapter 4. Working with the XSP Client Side JavaScript Object

All XPages applications execute within a J2EE-compliant web container and are rendered to the end user via a web browser. This is an example of a classic client/server application architecture, where everything that executes within the web application container is server side, while everything that displays and executes within the web browser container is client side. This chapter is exclusively concerned with the latter—specifically, with describing the tools that are at your disposal for manipulating the client side of the model.

Over the past decade, particularly with the advent of Web 2.0, the user experience within web applications has become progressively richer. To a large extent, ...

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