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ajaxCFC: server side JavaScript and dynamic content

To illustrate the idea of my previous post, I just added an example that stores the JavaScript in the server side and leaves only core connectivity and UI functionality in the client side.

It uses a simple DHTML popup windows library and sends the instruction along with the content back to the callback function, which simply executes the server’s request.

This example is not a full application and is far from perfect. It has no validations, no even listeners, or any advanced functionality. It is only meant to show how to control your JavaScript code in the server instead of the client.

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