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    DWR explained in one GIF

    I thought it ought to be possible to explain DWR in a single graphic, so I had a go. I think the result gives a simple overview of what is going on, without getting bogged down in how marshalling is done. What do you think?

    How DWR Works

    On the subject of DWR, I've now had 3 requests for logging to use commons-logging so I've cut a 0.6.beta which makes commons-logging optional. If it's there DWR will use it, if not you get Servlet.log as before.

    0.6.beta also makes some of the error messages better.

    Download the new beta here.

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