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using a combination of HTML (or XHTML) and Cascading Style Sheets for presenting information; Document Object Model (DOM);
XMLHttpRequest object to interchange and manipulate data asynchronously with the Web server.
Many examples on the Internet show all the necessary steps for using
XMLHttpRequest to communicate with the server from within an HTML file. When manually writing and maintaining the
XMLHttpRequest code, a developer must deal with many potential problems, especially with cross-browser compatibilities like different DOM
The DWR (Direct Web Remoting) project is an open source solution under the Apache license for the developer who wants to use AJAX and
on the application server from the HTML page. It handles parameters of different types and helps keep the HTML code readable.
DWR is not intrusive to one's design, as it does not force any sort of inheritance architecture for objects to be exposed.
It fits well in any application that runs in a servlet framework. For the less DHTML-experienced developers, DWR also provides
changing the content of HTML elements such as
The DWR Website is comprehensive and has a fair amount of documentation, which has served as a foundation for this article. Some examples are provided to demonstrate how DWR can be used and what can be accomplished with the library.
This article allows the user to see a step-by-step creation of a Web application that uses DWR. I show you all the details necessary to create the sample application, which you'll be able to download and deploy in your environment to evaluate how DWR works.
Note: Finding information about AJAX is not difficult; several articles and blog entries on the Web cover the subject, each of which tries to identify and comment about a different aspect of the concept. In Resources, you will find some interesting links to examples and articles to learn more about AJAX.
The example application used in this article simulates an apartment rental search engine for the city of Toronto. The user can select a set of search criteria before performing the search. To improve interaction, AJAX is used in two occasions:
The database we use is HSQL, a Java SQL database engine with a small footprint, which can be bundled with the Web application with no additional installation and configuration. A SQL file is used to create the in-memory table and add some records when the Web application context is started.
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