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Version 6 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 06:02

1Early draft moved to */Workspace/philmaker/Helma+AJAX+Requests**Workspace/philmaker/Helma AJAX Requests*

Version 5 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 06:00

1Early draft moved to *Workspace/philmaker/Helma+AJAX+Requests**/Workspace/philmaker/Helma+AJAX+Requests*

Version 4 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:59

1currently in draft...Early draft moved to *Workspace/philmaker/Helma+AJAX+Requests*
2see wiki/Workspace/philmaker/list

Version 3 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:42

2see wiki/Workspace/philmaker/list

Version 2 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:42

1Philip Weaver created this document on November 19, 2007currently in draft. Intent to document how to handle get/post AJAX requests for JSON and XML. Plan on initially creating an example which uses the internal database to store data. ATM, I can't get toJSON() to work so I need to sort that out. Writing XML requires Jala so I need to document that. I plan on creating some simple examples and then doing a writeup on those examples.
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3I think that examples for AJAX requests are very very important to have. JavaScript (Mocha) on the server is becoming more and more popular. One benefit of using JavaScript (Mocha) on the server is that it allows client Javascript developers to leverage their skills. However, more important is the ability to share Javascript validation code perhaps both on the client and on the server. And this becomes more and more important when AJAX request are being used. So having an article on 'Helma AJAX Requests' sounds really good to me. Woot!
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Version 1 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:07

1Philip Weaver created this document on November 19, 2007. Intent to document how to handle get/post AJAX requests for JSON and XML. Plan on initially creating an example which uses the internal database to store data. ATM, I can't get toJSON() to work so I need to sort that out. Writing XML requires Jala so I need to document that. I plan on creating some simple examples and then doing a writeup on those examples.
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3I think that examples for AJAX requests are very very important to have. JavaScript (Mocha) on the server is becoming more and more popular. One benefit of using JavaScript (Mocha) on the server is that it allows client Javascript developers to leverage their skills. However, more important is the ability to share Javascript validation code perhaps both on the client and on the server. And this becomes more and more important when AJAX request are being used. So having an article on 'Helma AJAX Requests' sounds really good to me. Woot!
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