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Shale Remoting Library

Ed Burns on JSF AJAX Components:

These components leverage the Dojo Toolkit and make use of the JSF PhaseListener approach for serving up JavaScript files and handling AJAX requests on the JSF server. This approach was innovated by the Blueprints and JSF teams and generalized in the Shale Remoting library, which these components leverage to great effect.

Click on the Shale Remoting link to see the good stuff. ;-)

Posted in Java at Apr 20 2006, 10:29:37 PM MDT 2 Comments
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Matt, you should check it out and contribute some documentation here ;-) There is an example in the shale usecases (http://cvs.apache.org/dist/struts/shale/v1.0.2/shale-usecases-1.0.2.war).

Posted by Gary on April 22, 2006 at 03:42 PM MDT #

There are issues with Shale Remoting/RPC use with the blueprints components such that we can contextualize variables with component, such as specifying #{country.suggestState}, but what if your page references country as an item in a large list-- country isn't a global variable anymore. What good is Shale Remoting then? There was tons of confusion around EL not mapping to the presentation and now these examples break that (again).

Posted by Jacob Hookom on April 24, 2006 at 10:44 AM MDT #

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