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choosing jsf or gwt

 
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I am trying to have best choice of framework for developing a web application.
This application's most parts includes CRUD operations.Also most of the job will take place at client side more than server side. UI componenets should be well designed, i need wysiwyg editors, customizable calendar widgets(user should not choose some certain days from calendar)..

other criterions may be:
* hibernate integration
* validation
* documentation
* time

Regards
Nardanadam
 
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I'd pick GWT over JSF.

Have you heard of Grails???
 
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Grails is nice! but yes; good advice GWT is decent.

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Vyas, Anirudh
 
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