In this podcast interview, Matt discusses the inherent benefits of developing with a framework, component-based vs. request-based frameworks, the danger of a 'one framework fits all' mentality, criteria for comparing frameworks, and how all of this, and much more, will be covered in-depth at TSSJS. Listen to Podcast
- Posted by: Nuno Teixeira
- Posted on: February 19 2008 16:22 EST
- Broken Link by Bryan Stopp on February 19 2008 16:32 EST
- Re: Sneak peek - The Framework Impasse @ TSSJS by Andrew Clifford on February 19 2008 18:03 EST
- Transcript? by Tom Pridham on February 19 2008 22:25 EST
That link is broken. For article blurb: https://www.theserverside.com/tt/articles/article.tss?l=MattRaiblePodcast or direct to the mp3: https://media.techtarget.com/audioCast/APP_DEVELOPMENT/RaibleTSSJS.mp3 -B
I'm surprised. GWT looks like the Ron Paul of the "Impasse." (Shows some critical mass but locked out of the debate) I guess it's just server-side request/component frameworks.
I agree it's strange that GWT is not being discussed at this conference. It was #2 on my list of frameworks I wanted to see discussed. For the record, here's the talks I wanted to see: JSF/Seam GWT Grails Tapestry 5 Wicket JRuby on Rails Struts 2 Spring MVC Java Web Framework Smackdown Ajax Framework Smackdown Mike Stenhouse's Building Modern Web Applications The response I received from TSS was as follows:
Tapestry hasn't been a very popular topic at past shows so I thought I'd leave it out (feel free to strongly agree/disagree). Regarding GWT, and the Ajax Frameworks comparison, I think these two talks would be better suited for Justin Gehtland’s ‘Presentation Tier’ track – I have recommended these two talks to him.
...The response I received from TSS was as follows:It is understandable given the fact the T did not get big mind share. It is sad not to see Flex there - it is very viable client side technology and deserves attention.
Tapestry hasn't been a very popular topic at past shows so I thought I'd leave it out (feel free to strongly agree/disagree)...
Actually, there will be a talk on GWT. Jeff Dwyer, author of the upcoming Apress book, "Pro Web 2.0 Application Development with GWT," will be presenting a fireside chat on the subject. The session abstract should be up on the site shortly. Matt, sorry for not giving you a heads up on this earlier -- we just confirmed the talk this week. :) Cheers, Nitin
For those of us still working for Mr. Slate and car-pooling to work with Fred Flintstone, could a transcript be provided for this podcast? :-) Regards, Tom
For those of us still working for Mr. Slate and car-pooling to work with Fred Flintstone, could a transcript be provided for this podcast? :-)+1 I hate podcasts.