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What combination of frameworks most closely resemles WebOjects

 
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Hello. I've been developing on the webObjects framework for 2.5 years now and recent luck in computer materials affords me the oppurtunity to build applications at home that I've been waiting on doing for some time.

I like webObjects and it's component architecture and would like to continue it at home. So far I've got this

webOjects = Cayenne + X


I still need the X. So I guess I'm asking what component based frameworks best mimic the way you can design a wo (api/html/wod) object. I find this development style to be very intuitive for me.

Thanks.
 
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from the browsing I've done I have a question about stripes per my previous question...

Outside of project Wonder and the webObjects framework, I'm green to frameworks.

Is Stripes component-based or action based?

Would stripes be a good initial forray into other frameworks considering my familiaratiy with a component-based model?
 
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Stripes is action based, not component based.
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