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Dojo or what ?

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I started using dojo for my AJAX application .
i need really a selectbox which read a json file and that with the
onchange() modify a second select box.
I tried using the filtering select of dojo but i get errors noone can
explain me in dojo forums !

Is there a javascript ajax framework which has more documentation and
which i can use it to change my second select box ?

Thanks
Gianna
Oct 22 '08 #1
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pi***********@yahoo.it a écrit :
I started using dojo for my AJAX application .
i need really a selectbox which read a json file and that with the
onchange() modify a second select box.
I tried using the filtering select of dojo but i get errors noone can
explain me in dojo forums !

Is there a javascript ajax framework which has more documentation and
which i can use it to change my second select box ?

Thanks
Gianna
hi,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compari...ipt_frameworks

I don't have experience on all of them, but the one I prefer is qooxdoo
because:
-it is nice
-it enhances the OO support in javascript
-it has a dev kit

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Cordialement,

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Have the RefleX !
Oct 22 '08 #2

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On Oct 22, 4:15*am, pincopallo...@yahoo.it wrote:
I started using dojo for my AJAX *application .
Mistake.
i need really a selectbox which read a json file and that with the
onchange() modify a second select box.
I tried using the filtering select of dojo but i get errors noone can
explain me in dojo forums !
What a shock that users of a library cannot answer technical questions
about the code therein. In general, they can't maintain, debug or do
much of anything right when it comes to Web development. So the
theory of "I don't know scripting at all, but I can delegate all of
that stuff to some lazy and ignorant group of amateur coders" is
proven ridiculous again.
>
Is there a javascript ajax framework which has more documentation and
which i can use it to change my second select box ?
You are on the wrong track. You don't need an "Ajax framework." Need
a wrapper for xmlhttp? Google "Fork JavaScript." It's a good wrapper
and the author knows javascript.
Oct 22 '08 #3

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