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What RIA (Rich Internet Application) technology to learn?

 
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Hello all,

I want to start learning a new RIA technology. I already know JSP and a little bit of AJAX. Should I adopt JavaFX, Flex, GWT (Google Web Toolkit), IceFaces, or JSF? What is used in the industry the most?

Please help me out.

Thanks.
 
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Pratik Bhavsar wrote:Hello all,

I want to start learning a new RIA technology. I already know JSP and a little bit of AJAX. Should I adopt JavaFX, Flex, GWT (Google Web Toolkit), IceFaces, or JSF? What is used in the industry the most?

Please help me out.

Thanks.



You can find a really good InfoQ talk about GWT by Alex Moffat, explaining why his company reckons GWT is the best thing for building rich UIs on Java applications.
 
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