Using Ajax with WebSphere Portal

From the developerWorks archives

Karl Bishop and Doug Phillips

Date archived: July 19, 2017 | First published: June 28, 2006

You have heard the buzz about Ajax and you are wondering if you can use it in your portal application. Well, you can, and this article tells you how to get started. One of the most expensive actions in a portal is refreshing pages. You can use Ajax to handle many user interaction events and then to apply the updates to portions of the page, without requiring a full page refresh. You can improve your portal's performance, create a cleaner overall portal application architecture, and, most of all, make your users happier with such a responsive portal.

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