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Joshua Eichorn's Blog:
HTML FAQ Answer - Other library integration plans
February 08, 2006 @ 06:48:33

Joshua Eichorn talks in his latest blog post today about a specific question he's answered about his PEAR package, HTML_AJAX, over on it's wiki site. It was something he gets asked a lot, so he thought he'd post it here as well.

I answered an FAQ question tonight on the HTML_AJAX wiki, im posting the answer here as well since I know most people don't check the wiki for changes every day.

Outside of this answer I'd like to hear from what other libraries people would like too see integrated with HTML_AJAX and the reasons for this.

Question: Will HTML_AJAX integrate with other Javascript AJAX libraries such as scriptaculous? How would this integration look like?

He answers that there are no specific plans to work towards integration with those sorts fo libraries, mainly for dependency issues. He notes that merges like that should be taken care of at a "higher level" than his package would deal with anyway. There is the functionality, however, to load in external Javascript libraries (general).

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