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S2: need recommendation on plugin with jQuery, dojo, YUI and GWT

 
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Hi there,

I would like to take my struts2 application one step fw and provide the end-users a better rich client interface (web2.0). Currently I'm using the <s: tags with ajax but i found it a bit limited.

I read about jQuery, dojo, YUI and GWT and wonder if anyone can recommend one of them. My aim, once again, is to have the site more user-friendly (or in other words cool).

Thank you.

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They're all quite different in terms of functionality and mindset: which you use depends quite a bit more on you, the environment you're working in, and so on--there's no reasonable way to recommend one over any of the others.

I wouldn't discount Dojo, either; the S2 Dojo tags (which are deprecated, btw) use an older version of Dojo (0.4.3) that doesn't reflect the current state of the art in Dojo.
 
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