Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Re: GWT MVP Frameworks

I am one of the contributors of mvp4g. Yeah, that's right, mvp4g uses GIN. That's something I don't like, but trying to remove GIN is a breaking change. So we decided, as we startet with mvp4g2, to keep the numbers of dependencies small. mvp4g2 only uses Elemental 2 (Place management). It does not a have a dependecy to GWT! We replace the generators with APT. So, I would say, once it is ready to go, it should work with j2cl. 

Am Freitag, 13. Oktober 2017 16:00:57 UTC+2 schrieb hy:
Is anyone using any GWT MVP based framework?

We have been using GWTP, however the development on it seems to be stalled and it still depends on GIN, which is also not under active development.

GWTP is extremely powerful, however a lack of investment in it recently has been concerning for us and we would like to be sure that our app is future compatible.

So, is there any other framework anyone is using out there that works like GWTP and would take minimum transition (from GIN to Dagger, etc.); and has a future compatibility (annotation processing, raw HTML, etc.).

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