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Check this :
http://www2.caret.cam.ac.uk/rsfwiki/
 
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Bah! Looks kind of like Wicket with the added dependency of Spring. I wouldn't waste too much time with it.
 
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Hi John Todd, How RSF web framework differs from Struts/Wicket ?
 
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Hi kri shan, with regards RSF vs Wicket, there's a page on the RSF Wiki which provides a comparison.

A big plus point of RSF is pure-HTML templating - Wicket provides this too, but has a different philosophy to Java programming.
 
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Gregg,

Are you saying you don't like Spring because of it's dependency injection or were you making a different point above?

I was just trying to better understand your post regarding the other framework mentioned.

Thanks in advance.

Mike
 
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Originally posted by Mike London:
Gregg,

Are you saying you don't like Spring because of it's dependency injection or were you making a different point above?

I was just trying to better understand your post regarding the other framework mentioned.

Thanks in advance.

Mike



No, nothing against Spring's IoC. What I was saying was that you don't have a choice, from what I can tell. If you use RSF, you have to use Spring. Not that there are a lot of alternatives (Hivemind) but I am not fond of one frameworking locking me into another.
 
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Thanks for your reply.

Right now I'm having trouble getting a hold of the class Spring instantiates from the definition in CommonContext.xml inside a Struts action (in another project).

-- Mike
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