On 28/07/10 04:57, Guy Rouillier wrote:
> So, unless you have very compelling requirements that require
> significant client interaction without returning to the server, I'd
> highly recommend JSF/facelets. Obviously, if you are not committed to
> Java, then perhaps other options are more appropriate to you environment
> and/or skill set.
From initial reading, that looks like a really good option. Thanks for
the pointer; the 'net is so full of negativity about JSF1 that it's hard
to get a feel for how JSF2 is working out.
So far I'm impressed.
BTW, anyone else who's looking at moving a (presumably Pg-based) project
server-side and who is new to server-side Java should start reading here:
... as it's an AMAZING resource.
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