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https://ajax.dev.java.net/


Project jMaki

jMaki is all about enabling Java developers to use JavaScript in their Java based applications as either a JSP tag library or a JSF component. jMaki uses the best parts of Java and the best parts of JavaScript to deliver a rich AJAX style widgets.

jMaki currently provides bootstrap widgets for many components from Dojo, Scriptaculus, Yahoo UI Widgets, Spry, DHTML Goodies, and Google. jMaki provides a common interfaces to these widget libraries and allows you to use these libraries together in the same page.

For more on running the code see Running the jMaki Sample Application.

If you plan on using or developing your own jMaki widgets please see the jMaki Developer Documentation.

Download the jMaki web application which contains all the latest components (updated 06/16/2006). The web application has been tested against the latest builds of Glassfish. jMaki is written as a JSP 2.0/JSF 1.1 tag library and should run on earlier containers that support JSP 2.0 and/or JSF 1.1 specifications.

Interested in creating rapidly Web Applications using the jMaki project? Check out the NetBeans 5.5 jMaki plugin that allows Drag and Drop of jMaki components directly in your JSP pages. Watch the screencast demonstrating the plugin capabilities (audio and video).

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