Friday, November 29, 2013

Re: Thoughts on GWT 3.0 re: Java 8 and IE 8/9

This sounds very much like Wicket.  When we were evaluating frameworks to use, about 2.5 years ago, to update our app it boiled down to Wicket and GWT.  Wicket had the advantage that it allowed designers and coders to work better together (markup and code in separate source files).  GWT won out because we are largely Java developers and it looked like designing an app that always filled the screen (for desktop and tablets - but not phones) would be easier.

I never understood why there wasn't more of a convergence between Wicket and GWT.  When uibinder was introduced I was hoping it would be more HTML-ish, like Wicket

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