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Creating AJAX-Powered Forms with the Dojo Toolkit

This presentation will demonstrate how to quickly and easily add AJAX capabilities to standard HTML forms using the Dojo toolkit

In this upcoming AJAXWorld Conference & Expo session (March 19-21, in New York City), delegates will learn that many business developers want to start using AJAX by enhancing the forms in their existing applications. This presentation will demonstrate how to quickly and easily add AJAX capabilities to standard HTML forms using the Dojo toolkit. This talk is for developers who want to enpower their forms quickly with a minimal learning curve. We'll cover client-side validations, validations on the server without a page refresh, and adding specialized Dojo widgets to forms for selecting dates and providing a rich text editor. Relevent features of Dojo .4 will also be discussed. Students will walk away with practical examples for adding AJAX capabilities to their forms.

Speaker Bio: James Harmon is a lead instructor with Object Training Group in Chicago. He is an experienced developer and has spent a majority of his career building large-scale online applications at Accenture and at several Web-centric consulting firms. He now specializes in training Java developers to be more productive by using the latest technologies and frameworks. Jim has provided training for Fortune 500 companies and large private and governmental organizations including Knight Ridder Newspapers and the State of Wisconsin. He lectures extensively throughout the United States and Canada.

Membership
To date, more than 50 organizations have joined the OpenAjax Alliance, including:

Adobe
Ajaxian
American Greetings (AG/Interactive)
Backbase
BEA
Bling Software
Borland
Curl
Dojo Foundation
Eclipse Foundation
edge IPK
eLink Business Innovations
ENOVIA MatrixOne
Fair Isaac
Finetooth
The Front Side
Google
IBM
ICEsoft
Ikivo
ILOG
IN2
Innoopract
Intel
IT MILL
JackBe
Javeline
JWAX
Laszlo Systems
Merced Systems
Mozilla Corporation
Nexaweb
Nitobi
Novell
OpenLink Software
Openwave Systems
Opera
Oracle
Red Hat
SAP
Scalix
Seagull Software
Sitepen
Software AG
Sun Microsystems
Tibco
Vertex Logic
Vircom
Webtide
XML11
Zend Zimbra
Zoho

The first international AJAXWorld Conference & Expo which took place on October 2 - 4, 2006, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA is sponsored by Adobe, Amazon, Apress, Backbase, ComponentArt, Cynergy Systems, Google, Helmi Technologies, IBM, ICEsoft, ILOG, Infragistics, JackBe, Laszlo Systems, Nexaweb, OASIS, Parasoft, Sun Microsystems, telerik, TIBCO, U7 Web Technologies, Visible Measures, Zapatec; including media sponsors AJAX Matters, AJAXWorld Magazine, BZ Media, ColdFusion Developer's Journal, DevtownStation.com, Eclipse Developer's Journal, Eclipse Review, Enterprise Open Source Magazine, Integration Developer News, ITtoolbox.com, Java Developer's Journal, LinuxWorld.com, Methods & Tools, Network World, Open Enterprise Trends, Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Journal, SD Times, Software Test & Performance, SOA Web Services Journal, SYS-CON.TV, Web 2.0 Journal, and Web Developer's & Designer's Journal.

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JDJ News Desk 11/22/06 02:23:34 PM EST

This presentation will demonstrate how to quickly and easily add AJAX capabilities to standard HTML forms using the Dojo toolkit. This talk is for developers who want to enpower their forms quickly with a minimal learning curve. We'll cover client-side validations, validations on the server without a page refresh, and adding specialized Dojo widgets to forms for selecting dates and providing a rich text editor. Relevent features of Dojo .4 will also be discussed. Students will walk away with practical examples for adding AJAX capabilities to their forms.

AJAXWorld News Desk 11/22/06 01:02:26 PM EST

This presentation will demonstrate how to quickly and easily add AJAX capabilities to standard HTML forms using the Dojo toolkit. This talk is for developers who want to enpower their forms quickly with a minimal learning curve. We'll cover client-side validations, validations on the server without a page refresh, and adding specialized Dojo widgets to forms for selecting dates and providing a rich text editor. Relevent features of Dojo .4 will also be discussed. Students will walk away with practical examples for adding AJAX capabilities to their forms.

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