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Choose between Tapestry and Wicket for normal public forum websites

Kshitiz Agarwal
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Joined: Dec 15, 2011
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Hi...I am developing a simple public forum sort of web apps like we have digg.com. I am totally confused between Tapestry and Wicket framework. I have looked for many frameworks and eventually came up with these two. I want the GUI to be completely independent of JAVA so that designers can work on them easily and code reusability. Also, I want optimum performance in terms of scalability and load time.

What are your suggestions based on those 2 options. Also, can my purpose be achieved by simple request based framework like Spring MVC?
 
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