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Framework for displaying Trees, Tables, etc

Gregg Bolinger
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Is there a framework for displaying Trees, Tables, etc without using Applets?


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Gregg Bolinger
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Well, I did find a Framework that does this. It's called wingS.
I would like to know if anyone else has used this Framework at all and what they think of it.
There is another Framework that is called Echo and has been discussed a bit here. I played around with it a bit and I like it ok. But again, is it worth the time? It doesn't have as many component features that wingS has like Trees, etc. wingS actually is the SWING API for the web.
Anyway, if anyone knows of any others that are better or anything, I would love to know about them. Open Source that is.
Is there any plans for something like JSF to support components the way wingS or echo does?
Thanks
Anonymous
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Gregg, I suggest you the Struts-Layout... So far, it�s been pretty interesting, although we�re just testing the best options...
I hope it helps !
F�bio
[ June 30, 2003: Message edited by: F�bio Gama ]
Jeremy Wilson
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I would second that, I have been using struts-layout and is working wonders


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Bruno Dery
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We have worked a lot with a tree html widget, but it's based on javascript and xml. Basicly you can generate it server side without any problem, and it works like a charm on client side. You can even load the tree dynamicly instead of all at once. Our requirements were not on compatibility but more on functionnality so I havent tested much with other browsers but I would think the programmer who did those had compatibility in mind. Here's the link to that, he also has many other very cool widgets :

http://webfx.eae.net/dhtml/xtree/index.html
 
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