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CMIS and Apache Chemistry in Action by Florian Müller, Jay Brown, and Jeff Potts

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Appendix D. Building web applications with JavaScript

This appendix discusses how to use the new CMIS 1.1 Browser binding with JavaScript code, and provides hands-on examples to demonstrate some basic concepts. Hold on tight; the pace will be very fast. If we explained all the background along the way, this appendix could take an entire book on its own. For that reason, we’re assuming you already know HTML, Ajax, and JavaScript for this high-speed survey of the subject.

D.1. JavaScript and CMIS background

Over the last few years, rich web applications have become more and more popular. Several factors are influencing this trend. The invention of the asynchronous JavaScript plus XML (Ajax) technologies in the late 1990s laid the foundation ...

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