Traditional Web Pages are often difficult to use as a single click on a link forces a new
Web Page to load in your browser. A new approach to Web programming, that can be seen in Websites like
Gmail, Facebook, etc., allow Websites to load data without reloading an
entire page. These types of sites are often called Web 2.0 Websites. This usability improvement makes these Websites feel more like desktop programs
and easier for you and your members to use. With help from Google's GWT programming framework, we've build DojoDock
from the ground up to make use of this very useful technology advancement.
The image below shows how clicking on a row from the list of events displays the event's details
in the lower tab window.