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Ajaxion - Standalone AJAX - Part 2 of 2 - C# and Java Example

, 22 Jan 2013 CPOL
An article about how to keep AJAX simple as it is and get the most out of it.
ajaxiontest1.0_java_src.zip
AjaxionTest
ajaxionTest.jpr
ajaxionTest.jpr.bak
AjaxionTest.jws
classes
ajaxionTest.cdi
pw
ajaxion
AjaxionEventConsumer.class
log
FileLog.class
servlet
ajaxionTest.class
servlet.cdi
public_html
css
images
processing.gif
ready.jpg
js
WEB-INF
pw.ajaxion
classes
pw
ajaxion
AjaxionEventConsumer.class
AjaxionEventHandler.class
pw.ajaxion.cdi
pw.ajaxion.jpr
src
pw
ajaxion
pw.log
classes
audit.log
pw
log
FileLog.class
pw.log.cdi
test
pw
log
FileLogTest.class
pw.log.jpr
src
pw
log
test
pw
log
src
servlet
ajaxiontest1.0_net1.1_src.zip
Ajaxion
Ajaxion.csproj.user
Ajaxion.ico
js
AjaxionTest.csproj.webinfo
Audit
Audit.csproj.user
Audit.ico
css
Global.asax
images
AjaxFlavour1.gif
AjaxFlavour2.gif
AjaxFlavour3.jpg
App.ico
HappyAccountant.jpg
processing.gif
ready.JPG
js
ajaxiontest1.0_net2.0_src.zip
Ajaxion.csproj.user
Ajaxion.ico
App_Code
Audit.csproj.user
Audit.ico
Global.asax
AjaxFlavour1.gif
AjaxFlavour2.gif
AjaxFlavour3.jpg
App.ico
HappyAccountant.jpg
processing.gif
ready.JPG

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