In the previous chapter, we dove head-first into DWR. We saw how to configure it in an application and how to interact with it on the client as well as the server, and we basically nailed down most of the basics that you’ll need to use it day in and day out. In this chapter, we’ll take a few more steps along the path of understanding, learning about some of the more “advanced” topics DWR has to offer. I put “advanced” in quotes because nothing in this chapter is any more complex from a technical standpoint than what we’ve seen already, by and large, but these are the things that you may not have to deal with every time you use DWR. We’ll take a look at security, error handling, accessing other URLs, reverse Ajax, integration with other frameworks, and Java 5 annotation support in DWR.
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