[PJUG Javamail] Question on which Java web frameworks to learn
byronpdx at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 20:54:49 UTC 2009
My personal opinion is that Wickett is an easier framework use than Struts,
Tapestry, or any thing else.
This is based on the following observations:
1. Wicket implements a true MVC. I have not looked at Tapestry recently,
but 3 had muddied the waters too much for me. Wicket uses HTML as the view,
POJOs for the model, and a simple controller for inserting and reacting to
2. Wicket allows for a "component" based approach where you can create
common panels that can be reused.
programming. If all browsers reacted the same way, if users didn't turn off
its use. As it stands as long as we have perverse entities delighting in
messing with the DOM and "extending" it for their own purposes, then I will
not endorse it. When all browsers follow 100% of the standards it would be
very nice, but you still have people misusing it.
Just my two cents. I would love to see an intelligent discussion of the
major java web frameworks. Just a suggestion for an intersting meeting.
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