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Hi everybody,

First of all thanks to javaranch for suppourting GWT also .

Can anybody please answer these questions :

1. Is javaranch suppourting YUI also ??

2. what is the learning curve of GWT (client Side only ) compared to YUI ??
I mean which is easier ??

Thanks in advance .
 
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1) You might want to ask this question on the Ranch Office forum. I personally have not seen any traffic on YUI
2) I have not worked with YUI so I cannot comment on the comparative study. If you consider GWT in isolation, I found it very easy. It has Swing like concepts as well as Java code.
 
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