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Deep Dive: jMaki, An Interview With Greg Murray

October 25, 2007

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Take a deep dive into jMaki, a client-side framework that makes it easy to build Ajax-based web applications. In this session hosted by Ed Ort from the Java team, jMaki Project lead and Sun Ajax architect Greg Murray discusses some of the important elements of jMaki and demonstrates building a web application that incorporates jMaki.


  • jMaki - Learn about jMaki from a site that actually uses it. Get resources and documentation here too.
  • Project jMaki - Join the jMaki project and contribute.
  • GlassFish Community - Learn about the GlassFish community and its work in building free, open source, production-quality, enterprise software.




  • jMaki - Use this lightweight framework to build Ajax-enabled web applications using standards-based technologies.
  • jMaki NetBeans plugin - Use this plugin to enable NetBeans for jMaki.
  • jMaki Eclipse plugin - Use this plugin to enable the Eclipse for jMaki.
  • NetBeans 5.5.1 - Use this IDE with the jMaki NetBeans plugin to drag and drop jMaki widgets into a application page.
  • GlassFish - An open source, Java EE 5-compliant application server that provides a deployment environment for Ajax-enabled applications.

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