On Wednesday 26 September 2007 01:43, Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen wrote:
For a web application written in Java I would recommend sticking with
JSF - the Sun approach to standards combined with the Apache Jakarta
implementations (which tend to be well-maintained and long living) -
have worked well so far - I have a complete application where the
pages contain only JSF-tags and an occasional JavaScript submit().
This works well for maintainability.

Additionally the JSF AJAX stuff seems very easy to get up and running
when you have a JSF application already.

Can you comment on the performance of JSF? Have you tried the NetBeans
Visual Web Pack, which builds on it and adds to it?


Is anybody using this on the '400? or on another web server using
the '400 as a data store?

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