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Project Summary

DWR (Direct Web Remoting) is Easy Ajax for Java

DWR enables Java code on the server and JavaScript code in a browser to interact and call each other as simply as possible, making it easy for developers to add data into web pages.

DWR generates JavaScript to allow web browsers to securely call into Java code almost as if it was running locally. It can marshall virtually any data including collections, POJOs, XML and binary data like images and PDF files. All that is required is a security policy defining allowed actions. With Reverse Ajax, DWR allows two-way interaction: browser calling server and server calling browser. DWR supports Comet, Polling and Piggyback as ways to publish to browsers.

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ajax api comet development dhtml framework html j2ee java json json-p jsonrpc json-rpc jsp library programming project remoting ria rpc servlet web xml xmlhttprequest

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Java
84%
XML
6%
JavaScript
5%
5 Other
5%

30 Day Summary

Jun 24 2016 — Jul 24 2016

12 Month Summary

Jul 24 2015 — Jul 24 2016
  • 18 Commits
    Down -121 (87%) from previous 12 months
  • 2 Contributors
    Down 0 (0%) from previous 12 months

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