I started looking at WO a while ago together with other competing frameworks and although there are some of them that might have something better than WO/Wonder (maybe documentation? ;)), I have never come across anything as cool as D2W. I eventually never ended up writing a WO app because the opportunity didn't materialise, but even just scratching the surface of D2W it gave me the impression of a very powerful feature that makes WO stand out of the crowd. When you start playing with D2W you soon feel that, once you master it, you could write robust web apps very quickly in a way that is unmatched by the other frameworks.
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|Deep stuff. I'm not ready yet, but it sounds brilliant. What is the performance hit, given that so much is happening at runtime? |
--- On Fri, 5/6/11, David Holt <email@hidden>
From: David Holt <email@hidden>
Subject: Re: What do you use for building the web interface?
To: "Kevin Spake" <email@hidden>
Date: Friday, May 6, 2011, 3:48 PM
I use DirectToWeb with ERModernLook to build my web interfaces. Pretty much everything I commonly do is handled by the built in components and most of the rest is handled by some tweaks to CSS.
You should probably learn about this
technology as soon as you can. I'm not saying you should use it right now, but keep it in mind going forward.
On 2011-05-06, at 2:40 PM, Kevin Spake wrote:
|What do you use to build the web interface for your WO apps? Eclipse? DreamWeaver? Is there any sort of agreed upon 'best practices' regarding building complex UIs?|
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