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Re: [ljc] Struts, Spring MVC, or what for new Web app development

From: Giampiero G.
Sent on: Tuesday, October 9, 2012 6:16 PM

Hi Alex. I'm involved in developing the open source web framework Portofino.

Why you don't give a look to it? here you can find a brief video http://www.manydesigns.com/en/portofino

You can download it on sourceforge. It is a CMS, a RAD and you can write your app in Groovy or Java

(give a look at the fetures http://www.manydesigns.com/en/portofino/features/cms).


Let me know if you'll use it. 

Bye,
Giampiero


Il giorno 09/ott/[masked], "Michael Barker" <[address removed]> ha scritto:
HTML/Javascript.  If you have some control over your users, then HTML5
and WebSockets.

Mike.

On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 12:50 PM, Martijn Verburg
<[address removed]> wrote:
> +1 on Matt Raible's presentations - it's what we used to evaluate our F/W.
>
> On 9 October[masked]:35, Joyita Raksit <[address removed]> wrote:
>> Play seems to be getting a lot of traction recently, nice way to edge into scala too - I'd be interested to hear other opinions on it?
>>
>> On 9 Oct 2012, at 13:06, Alex McLintock <[address removed]> wrote:
>>
>>> I am working on a new web app project and trying to decide on the
>>> technologies to use.
>>>
>>> There is a strong drive towards Java round here but no firm reason to
>>> use it. We are currently using a Java CMS but I don't have to use
>>> that.
>>>
>>> In the past I would have considered Struts, or maybe hand rolled
>>> Spring. Nowadays I would be considering SpringRoo - basically to set
>>> up the first lot of Maven/SpringMVC/JSP and so on.
>>> But I seem to be the only person I know who likes SpringRoo.
>>>
>>> So fellow java programmers. What do you use for web site development?
>>> Have you all moved to other languages/frameworks like Grails or even
>>> PHP based Drupal?
>>>
>>> Is there anyone who likes Spring Roo or even Spring MVC?
>>>
>>>
>>> Alex
>>>
>>>
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