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Sink my teeth into Wicket or ... ?

Hussein Baghdadi
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Hi.
This is not a flame war, I'm not asking which framework is better, which framework is sexier.
Wicket is not part of my job, neither Tapestry I just want to know one of them for learning.
Do you suggest Wicket or Tapestry ?
Wicket releases is so frequent (it is a good thing, but annoying -at least to me-), which may make the current Wicket's books hmmm, not so useful ?
Maybe I have to wait for Wicket2 ?
What about Tapestry5 ? it smells good and it supposed to be easy to learn and develope with.
So, what do you think ?
Sink my teeth into Wicket right now ?
Wait for Wicket 2 or Tapestry 5 ?
Does Wicket has a steep learning curve ? or it easy to grasp ?
 
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