I’ve successfully used jquery, YUI and Dojo on different django projects. There’s nothing about any of those that made it better to use with django specifically. I agree with jpartogy that mochikit may fit django more than any other just because of the “pythonic” (twisted-like) API. It really depends on what you are looking for in an ajax framework.
Personally I like what jQuery can do with given amounts of code but the greatest challenge in writing jQuery code is making it readable.
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