I am trying to follow along whats in "http://code.google.com/
webtoolkit/articles/mvp-architecture-2.html" and I am just thinking
it requires too many classes and generics to construct a simple CRUD
app for a single
entity? I am posting this just to see if anyone feels the same
that and have a better solution.
Looking at the code generated by Spring Roo's scaffolding, it seems it
is taking a more direct
approach and cutting some layers as well. I am still trying to go thru
the docs and trying to make sense of
both the new MVP-2 architecture and the Roo's approach.
Please feel free to comment, especially with any real world app
experience using the new MVP-2 architecture, was it really worth the
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