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Now i know this question has been posted before but there was no clear answer how to integrate html::template with cgi::ajax


i dont seem to get what to pass to the cgi::ajax buildhtml function it will be great help if someone can post an example thanks

For an example see readmore section of CGI::Ajax + Template::Toolkit Question (Template or HTML::Template, its works the same).

See also CGI::Ajax documentation

build_html() Purpose: Associates a cgi obj ($cgi) with pjx object, inserts javascript into <HEAD></HEAD> element and constructs the page, or part of the page. AJAX applications are designed to update only the section of the page that needs it - the whole page doesn't have to be redrawn. L<CGI::Ajax> applications use the build_html() method to take care of this: if the CGI parameter C<fname> exists, then the return from the L<CGI::Ajax>-exported function is sent to the page. Otherwise, the entire page is sent, since without an C<fname> param, this has to be the first time the page is being built. Arguments: The CGI object, and either a coderef, or a string containing html. Optionally, you can send in a third parameter containing information that will get passed directly to the CGI object header() call. Returns: html or updated html (including the header) Called By: originating cgi script

In reply to Re: CGI::Ajax and html::template by Anonymous Monk
in thread CGI::Ajax and html::template by perlkhan77

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