Buffalo AJAX Framework

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Buffalo is a lightweight J*EE AJAX framework using xml based protocol(originally from burlap). It is simple, easy to use yet powerful. It solves most the common problems during j2ee ajax development. It promise bringing benefits for both developers and t




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