Thanks again Mihael. That is what is really intriguing to me about Wicket. I
can design the page as static HTML/CSS and use Wicket do generate the
dynamic data. Plus it's "component" based, which IMHO is the best design for
I might check out GWT too. I'll see if I can get over my control issues with
the layout :-)
James R. Perkins
On Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 23:09, Schmidt, Mihael <Mihael.Schmidt@xxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
is sent to the client. In the end you have a service layer with your
domain objects and the very thin gui layer of GWT. You could put a
facade between the gui layer and the service layer which transforms the
domain objects to objects for each gui type (in this case gwt).
I like Wicket a lot for its simplicity and to be able to have either a
clean HTML/CSS or one made by a HTML WYSIWYG editor. It works both.
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