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Component-based Framework for Groovy

Freddy Wong
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GSP seems to be quite good without XML hell, but somehow I still prefer component-based framework. Is there any good component-based web framework for Groovy, like Wicket (I love Wicket!)?

PS: I know there's some work being done to make Wicket runs in Groovy, but I don't know how reliable it is.


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I have heard that the Grails Project Lead is also a fan of Wicket. There is a Wicket plugin for Grails. You can find out more here: Grails Wicket Wiki

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