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?

http://www.netbeans.org/products/visualweb/

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


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