--On 24. Mai 2006 14:18:34 +0100 Pascal Peregrina <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

By Zope objects I meant:

You've got a page template for example, and you include such an "AJAX
enabled object", basically rendering an HTML fragment, and the resulting
page will include the page template code + the fragment (similar to a
macro call), but will also include the needed javascript code to handle
the asynchronous communication.

Then another thing would be something like a PythonScript object (so you
define python code and return python structures) and get it rendered as
javascript to be included in somepage for processing the data returned by
an asynchronous XML-RPC call to Zope within the browser.

You can do this already in Zope now in some way. Since AJAX requirements for an app are usually highly specific it does not make much sense to support a particular usecase. Zope is open and flexible enough to implement everything you need on top of it.


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