On 7/29/06, Igor Vaynberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> we do evangelize the OO wherever we can, but it mostly falls on deaf ears.
> have you ever seen a struts app? in most struts apps the notion of a class
> is used mostly as a namespace to group some functions together. its hard to
> explain something when most people dont understand what you are talking
> about. at least this has been my frustrating experience. like that blog from
> the tapestry guy (
> http://greggbolinger.blogspot.com/2006/01/i-say-tapestry-you-say-wicket.html
> and discussion we had here on the list ) saying listview is too complex to
> understand because it has an abstract callback method you have to implement
> and because it is an anoymous class.

Yeah. It seems to be a sad reality that many frameworks have it as
their holy grail to save their users from writing any code. And many
programmers seem to agree that's what they want. That's how you get
those famous 'framework coders'.


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