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Table with paging, calendar, etc. with Spring MVC

 
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Hi,

We are about to start new big project, but yet struggle to decide which technologies to use.

We were considering GWT, Vaadin and similar stuff but choose to stay with Spring MVC. But, what is lacking is basic functionality - simple control for simple table with paging and simple calendar.

We have different solutions on couple of project - from display tag, jQ Grid and JMesa but we are not happy with either of this (talking about table and paging).

To enter date or date time is similar scenario, number of different solutions but not making us happy, mostly lots of java script to deal with.

Vaadin gives great representation, but it seems it could produce problems on other places. It might be technology of choice for some pet projects in future.

What is technology of choice? I guess this is something almost all applications have. Problem seems to be trivial, but yet I do not see proper solutions for it.

What do you use? Are you happy with the way it works?

 
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