Changes between Version 35 and Version 36 of AJAX

11/15/2011 12:07:00 AM (7 years ago)

remove the chatter, clean up.


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    1 Question. Does django help developers by writing some of the AJAX code, as it helps them with HTML and SQL? If not, is there sample code to suggest a path? AJAX may not be needed for newspaper-type sites, but quite a few potential django sites need the snappy and small-grained interface that AJAX provides. Write me down as someone who would like to see AJAX support ... and, of course, feel free to delete this comment if it's ill-placed or irrelevant. -- Dan Kelley
     1Django doesn't natively provide AJAX support other than [ serializers to JSON and XML]. Here are some resources to make it easier.
    3 In case you're watching this page, I suggest taking this to the mailing list, as the Wiki isn't exactly a discussion venue. It's available on Google Groups: -- there are already a few good threads on AJAX support. Django already provides [ serializers to JSON and XML]. Django allows you to easily pick your own JS toolkit.
     3== Libraries ==
     4 * Easy to use AJAX libraries for Django:
    5 == Resources ==
     6== Other relevant tools ==
     7 * JSONResponse like HttpResponse in views:
     8 * PrototypeJS:
    7  * Somebody said this link:
     10== Tutorials and other resources ==
    812 * Another similar link (but more indepth) is
    913 * Reusing forms to do AJAX validation:
    1014 * Doing server-side form validation with Dojo:  (old-school style): [wiki:AJAX/Dojo/RefactoredFormSubmit]
    11  * Easy to use AJAX libraries for Django:
    12  * JSONResponse like HttpResponse in views:
    1315 * Quick learn:
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