As a follow-up to my previous post on using jMaki to display Roller-generated JSON content, I would recommend reading this lab presentation.
It has explanations on how to configure the
XMLHttpProxy (using the
/resources/xhp.json file) and configure
web.xml for proxies to bypass the limitations in my post. Also, it doesn’t use Roller-generated JSON but rather an elegant XSL tranformation to move from RSS to JSON. Note Yahoo pipes can generate JSON. Try with Arun’s GlassFish aggregation pipe.
More jMaki presentations from the jMaki day are available here. Check out also this value proposition link (sounds new to me).