Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2009-01-05 Thread Curtis Cooley
Xhelas wrote: This is a very interesting and surprising post in this forum. Do you have further explanation about your superior productivity using Grails? Is this due to the kind of applications you developp or to special tools that comes with this framework? Is the key stone groovy? Thanks

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2009-01-05 Thread John Armstrong
We've started using Cayenne and Wicket to refactor an existing Struts based application. I've found this combination lethally powerful and fast and so far we are moving at a much quicker pace. Just as important though, and the reason I chose wicket, is that the true html view is allowing the

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2009-01-05 Thread Curtis Cooley
Nino Martinez wrote: Hi Curtis You cant really compare wicket against Grails, Wicket is not a full stack framework (Wicket is only a webframework).. And actually Grails can run with wicket too[1]... Or are you saying that dynamic languages are better than type safety? Not that I want to

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2009-01-04 Thread Xhelas
This is a very interesting and surprising post in this forum. Do you have further explanation about your superior productivity using Grails? Is this due to the kind of applications you developp or to special tools that comes with this framework? Is the key stone groovy? Thanks for your

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2009-01-04 Thread Nino Martinez
Hi Curtis You cant really compare wicket against Grails, Wicket is not a full stack framework (Wicket is only a webframework).. And actually Grails can run with wicket too[1]... Or are you saying that dynamic languages are better than type safety? Not that I want to start a religious war

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2009-01-04 Thread Jason Lea
Well, funny you should mention this... I had a thought a few weeks ago about starting a blog to show how I have been doing TDD with Wicket. It seems like it is quite easy to do, but there were not many posts discussing ways do do some testing or examples of testing things ajax components etc

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2009-01-03 Thread Curtis Cooley
Martin Sachs wrote: pI'm looking for a little comparison of the development-time for Applications in Wicket against other Technologies. /p p I think the development with Wicket is two times faster than Struts. But what are your experiences on JSF, Rails/Grails, SpringMVC/SpringWebFlow. /p

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2008-12-28 Thread Jonathan Locke
I think it depends on several things: - How complex is your UI? - How good are you with objects? - How many reusable pieces do you have from old Wicket projects? On a very complex project where I can reuse old code, I think I can get as much as 4-5x over something like Struts (which, I

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2008-12-12 Thread Antoine Angenieux
I would not count in how much you gain during your fist devs. with Wicket (even though you STILL gain a lot of time), but how much dev time you gain when reusing your existing Wicket components and how much time you save when you need to maintain your apps ;) Cheers, Antoine. Martin Sachs

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2008-12-12 Thread Martin Sachs
Your right ! Already I have developed three Wicket apps (12 month of work for a man), I know how fast i can do thinks with wicket, but i need knowledge of e.g. JSF to say wicket is THE FRAMEWORK for the next big site. Maybe with JSF all things will be developed a lot faster, maybe not. Is other

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2008-12-12 Thread Antoine Angenieux
Martin Sachs wrote: Your right ! Already I have developed three Wicket apps (12 month of work for a man), I know how fast i can do thinks with wicket, but i need knowledge of e.g. JSF to say wicket is THE FRAMEWORK for the next big site. Maybe with JSF all things will be developed a lot

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2008-12-12 Thread Marcelo Morales
Hello I worked on a JSF project last year. This year I worked on a wicket project. Both were approximately the same size and complexity. Granted. You learn from experience. The second time around you do something (or something quite similar), you do it much, much better. AND I had previous

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2008-12-12 Thread Jason Lea
Our company started with Tapestry 5 last year. Early this year we had the chance for the team to try Wicket after getting frustrated with Tapestry. I wrote a small comment here about it: http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=50634#268364 Tapestry 5 seemed to be fast due to