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RAJAX is an approach to remove the repetitive code that coders need to add for simple AJAX applications. AJAX code is generated from POJOs with annotations (and with no configuration files). A simple MVC framework is available totally based on the client side using XSLT to transform either XML or JavaScript objects.


Recent releases

  •  17 Jun 2007 05:50

    Release Notes: A Servlet dispatcher was added, so there is no need to declare each bean as a servlet in web.xml. RAJAX objects are POJOs and can be tested with JUnit without running a container. Nimble MVC now uses the concept of the Observer pattern for event attaching and detaching. The code for the XSLT processor on the server side when the browser cannot handle the action locally was started.

    •  30 May 2007 16:05

      Release Notes: The code was cleaned up. An XML/XSLT MVC framework was added. Apt annotations were added to remove the need of special names for AJAX methods. This is fully compatible with IE7 and Firefox 2.0.0.

      •  15 May 2007 12:40

        Release Notes: HttpSession support was added. The simple chat demonstration was updated with sessions.


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