"If you're a Java programmer coming to Dojo with little
struggle with some of the concepts that enable it to work. The main
concerns with Dojo are that — at the time of writing —
it is still in its infancy (version 1.0 was only released in
February 2008) and the documentation available is still somewhat
limited. This article helps you bridge the gap from Java code to
Dojo so that you can get up to speed quickly and use the toolkit
when developing your applications.
"This article does not describe how to obtain the Dojo toolkit
or the necessary statements needed to use it, because there are
many other resources available that provide that information. The
article is written for Web developers who are coming to Dojo from a
servlet development background."
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