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Default Receiving a large chunk of HTML via dojo

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I'm a newbie to AJAX. I just started using dojo for javascript effects and was wondering how I can receive a huge chunk of HTML via dojo. I've made a calendar control in .NET what emits HTML and want to have partial rendering in my page, so that the user selects which dates she wants to see and then (through dojo) gets the calendar. I've looked at JSON but it looks more like it's suitable for object data and not just chunks of HTML that just need to be rendered. Any suggestions?

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You could just get your server-side code that responds to your Ajax call to return the HTML.


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