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AJAX via jQuery in an Objective-C WebObjects app
As with using jQuery for DHTML, this was surprisingly easy. To make it simple to follow along I’ve published the source code to SignUp, a sample app. SignUp’s default page is comprised of two WebObjects components: Main is the top-level … Continue reading
Recently, Kevin Lawler posted an “Informal Technical Note” saying that Apple could clean up on licence sales if only they’d support web backend development. There are only two problems with this argument: it’s flawed, and the precondition probably won’t be … Continue reading
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