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# Friday, October 28, 2011

It has happened so, that we have never worked with jQuery, however were aware of it.

In early 2000 we have developed a web application that contained rich javascript APIs, including UI components. Later, we were actively practicing in ASP.NET, and later in JSF.

At present, looking at jQuery more closely we regret that we have failed to start using it earlier.

Separation of business logic and presentation is remarkable when one uses JSON web services. In fact server part can be seen as a set of web services representing a business logic and a set of resources: html, styles, scripts, others. Nor ASP.NET or JSF approach such a consistent separation.

The only trouble, in our opinion, is that jQuery has no standard data binding: a way to bind JSON data to (and from) html controls. The technique that will probably be standardized is called jQuery Templates or JsViews .

Unfortunatelly after reading about this binding API, and being in love with Xslt and XQuery we just want to cry. We don't know what would be the best solution for the task, but what we see looks uncomfortable to us.

Friday, October 28, 2011 10:59:23 PM UTC  #    Comments [0] -
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