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Ajax+Mobile Java Web framework. With 200+ Ajax components and ...

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Ajax+Mobile Java Web framework. With 200+ Ajax components and event-driven, Ajax/RIA apps are as effortless and rich as desktop apps and HTML/XUL pages. Support JSP/JSF/JavaEE/Spring, Ajax Push and Client-fusion; also Java/Groovy/Python/JavaScript.

Features

  • Simply Java
  • Server+client Fusion
  • Object Oriented jQuery
  • Declarative Pogramming
  • Rich Modular UI
  • Pattern Driven Development

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Reviews (58)

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Highest Rated

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Great project, the best you can find for this purpose on the market. Much faster than JSF, much easier than GWT. Only downside is that some features are only for PE/EE, but what you get as CE under LGPL is already awesome.

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Lowest Rated

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Really not advancing the state of Web 2.0 or SemanticWeb. We are doomed with mediocre controls found just about anywhere. If looking for low overhead approach, try jquery

frankiec
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Pros: Reach Widgets Library, NO DTO(in comparison with GWT and AngularJS), no JS scripting, DataBinding (bi directional if needed), relatively fast, the amount of code to implement something is the smallest among (GWT,AngularJS,JSF), good documentation and alive community. Cons: some serverside overhead (CPU on rendering and memory on storing state), it takes time to learn it (cause the approach is a bit different to most things you've seen before), relatively high network interaction, a bit harder to apply styles. Bottom line: If your amount of clients is less than ~10 000, your UI controls are not too complex and you don't need a perfect HTML (e.g. you are writing application for internal usage) - this is the best framework you can find.

Posted 02/08/2016
rudolphi
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Great project, the best you can find for this purpose on the market. Much faster than JSF, much easier than GWT. Only downside is that some features are only for PE/EE, but what you get as CE under LGPL is already awesome.

Posted 03/22/2015
andreaglopez
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terrific program

Posted 05/24/2013
alanilopez
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Very nice

Posted 05/24/2013
jacktalbot
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Great work!

Posted 05/24/2013
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