I think the only framework that is a bit comparable is atlas (it has some ajax stuff)
http://atlas.asp.net/Default.aspx?tabid=47

There is not much choice in the .Net world, at least that is my impression, then in the Java world.

2006/7/29, Julian Klappenbach <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
I currenly looking for a framework sharing a similar strategy to Wicket but on the .Net stack.  Has anyone come accross anything that would fit the bill?
 
-jjk


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