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JEE WebFrameworks: Click, ThinWire, Struts2 ?

 
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I have been developing J2EE web applications with Struts for awhile. Over the last two months I was playing with Struts2. Two days ago I came across Click and ThinWire. And I was blown away by what I saw. The idea of developing the view in Java seems very attractive.

Has anyone done any development using Click or ThinWire? Could you tell me what you liked and not liked about these web frameworks? I am seriously considering moving away from Struts or Struts2 to ThinWire.

Click Framework

ThinWire


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