Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007
Jim McCabe had a question for the community, so we thought it would be good to hear your thoughts:
Over the past year or so I’ve gradually integrated AJAX into a web
application. While this is great for our customers, I’m increasingly
disturbed by the ugliness of the code on the server side. We have nice
Java objects representing various components, but the code for those
components is getting uglier by the month. Java that writes HTML was
I’ve been looking around for information that would help me approach
this problem better but can’t find anything that really discusses this
specific problem. Are there design patterns that help? Are there
suggestions on how to keep things readable and clean?
There are many directions that you can take this, and there are many takes on it:
- Finally. web services matter: You can code the server side to speak web services, and then the client is responsible for doing the right thing, and both are very separate layers.
Do you have any advice for Jim?
Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:11 am