- Posted by: Joseph Ottinger
- Posted on: July 05 2007 08:55 EDT
- IceFaces by Michael ISVY on July 05 2007 09:35 EDT
- Re: Ajax Experience: What's interesting for Java developers? by Tanmoy Das on July 06 2007 04:15 EDT
- Re: Ajax Experience: What's interesting for Java developers? by Arseniy Sizov on July 06 2007 05:16 EDT
- Advertising by Brit Pair on July 06 2007 12:49 EDT
I've been using IceFaces for a couple of months, so far so good. I'm amazed about how fast you can build AJAX pages using that technology. Michael I.
Such sessions should be shared on the internet (maybe via youtube) for the community’s benefit. These are great opportunities to broaden the vision, but unfortunately not all who are interested are able to attend. -Akash Grover
Did anyone used jackbe (http://www.jackbe.com/) , they provide some development tool which helps to generate your pages as AJAX component , then you can deploy then either as J2EE or .Net
Did anyone used jackbe (http://www.jackbe.com/) , they provide some development tool which helps to generate your pages as AJAX component , then you can deploy then either as J2EE or .NetTheir demo apps, regardless their quantity, do not much impress me and I cannot think a use case when one needs to deploy a web app both on J2EE and .NET platforms. So what would be the benefits of using this commercial framework? I do not know much about AJAX-supporting frameworks on .NET platform: may be there is not a large choice? As for Java, I would prefer Wicket, GWT, Tapestry and so on (on and on:)). And I have really had enough of using commercial software. It is really sometimes easier to fix a bug by myself than writing a huge and ugly workaround and waiting for better times. Look at half-dead Borland quality central and compare it to open source projects bug-tracking sites.
I have to think posts like this are strictly for the benefit of The ServerSide and not for its readers. The post's main focus is not technology but a conference. If The ServerSide does directly benefit then it should be noted in the post.