Newberry, Henry; Good, Scott: HND104 Implementing AJAX and JSON in IBM Lotus Domino Applications

AJAX and JSON are key building blocks of WEB 2.0 applications. Attendees will implement basic AJAX using in JavaScript to return simple Text, XML and JSON formatted content and render that back to the user. We will use Lotus Domino URLs to get the XML and JSON as well as build custom forms and agen...

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YEAR: 2008
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LABEL: Lotusphere
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PEOPLE: Good, Scott | Newberry, Henry
PLACES: Orlando
TIME: 2008
 

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Implementing AJAX and JSON in IBM Lotus Domino Applications
Henry Newberry, Scott Good / 21.01.2008 19:30:00

AJAX and JSON are key building blocks of WEB 2.0 applications. Attendees will implement basic AJAX using in JavaScript to return simple Text, XML and JSON formatted content and render that back to the user. We will use Lotus Domino URLs to get the XML and JSON as well as build custom forms and agents to create our own XML and JSON. The corresponding breakout session for this hands-on is "JMP205 AJAX and JSON for IBM Lotus Domino Applications." Please refer to the Pocket Agenda for date, time and location information.

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