Onupdating ajax

05 Apr

Using AJAX usually means writing tons of Java Script code to handle asynchronous requests and to update user interface, but with Wicket we can leave all this boilerplate code to the framework and we don't even need to write a single line of Java Script to start using AJAX.AJAX components and behaviors shipped with Wicket expose one or more callback methods which are executed when they receive an AJAX request.

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My full question is below, but the simpler question might be, "How do I get a j Query function to run when a div content is replaced via Ajax. The trick is, "current Media" div containing the audio or video media content is replaced on clicking ".next" using @Ajax.

Action Link, so I am trying to figure out how to get j Query to recognize it and run the function to show ".next" each time media ends, and hide it when the next media is loaded via Ajax.

The Fade In animation will occur once the On Updated event is raised by the Update Panel.

I posted this in Ajax already, but did not really get an answer. When an audio or video in a div "current Media" starts, I want a div ".next" to be hidden, and when the media is done playing, I want the div ".next" to show, and this repeats as needed.