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From "Davor Hrg" <hrgda...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: do we really want dojo so tightly integrated in tapestry?
Date Mon, 08 Jan 2007 12:33:50 GMT
I'm for the abstraction too,
it will also force better separation from the framework
the AJAX and other client side features provide.

I suppose this would simplify using different versions of dojo also easier.

Davor Hrg

On 1/8/07, RonPiterman <rpiterman@gmx.net> wrote:
>
> Hi - I would like to share some thoughts about 4.1 dojo integration -
> maybe it will help to improve T5...
>
> I use Dojo in two projects - the first one, base on tapestry 4.0, is a
> heavy-ajax base project - everything is done via Async requests - we
> have some custom widgets and so on... dojo is really a bless !
>
> in another project, based on 4.1, we use normal (sync) navigation, its a
> classic web site, but for some small things we do use Async requests- In
> this second project dojo is mostly responsible for slowing down page
> loading- bootstrapping on every navigation change makes a really heavy
> feeling of bad response time...
>
> now howard mentioned the possibility of adding an abstraction layer on
> top of dojo, to loose the bundling of dojo with tapestry.
>
> I would vote for that, and for making the dojo support a subproject of
> tapestry.
>
> my 2 cents...
> cheers,
> Ron
>
>
>
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