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Using GWT and YUI

 
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Hi all,

Can we use Google Web Toolkit (GWT) and Yahoo! User Interface (YUI) to develop JavaScript and AJAX code in Java? Which one is better? Or is there any other better framework than these two?

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As GWT auto-generates the pages, I doubt it can be used with anything else. Unless there are some hooks that they've added to allow this, that is. I wouldn't know as it is not a tool I'd consider using.

Sure there are plenty of JavaScript frameworks and libraries, each with their own advantages and drawbacks. There is no best one.

What do you need out of one?
 
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I just wanted to try one of them and wanted to try the best one Thanks for the reply.
 
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Originally posted by Arjun Reddy:
... and wanted to try the best one

As I said "best one" is a nebulous concept. hammers are great for banging nails, but not so good at brewing coffee.

The best tool for the job depends upon what the job is.
 
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