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ZK Developer's Guide by Markus Stauble, Hans-Jurgen Schumacher, Jurgen Schumacher

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Summary

Our second iteration of the application is now complete. Before we proceed with the last iteration, and give finishing touches in the next chapter, we should look back at what we have done, and learned in this chapter.

At the beginning of this chapter, we started with a simple CRUD application. The first thing we have done is to add some AJAX features to the application (live data). Here, we learned that many cornerstones are provided from the ZK framework, and that we only have to implement some interfaces to use these features. We moved the application from a mixed code approach to a Model-View-Controller Architecture. The use of the "Live Data" concept is the only way in ZK to use this design pattern. It's advantages, against the ...

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