I'd like to add to that that Wicket requires you to know your Java,
while e.g. using JSP allows to build whole web sites with hardly any
Java knowledge. Whether that is a good thing or not is debatable.

Eelco


On 8/6/06, Eelco Hillenius <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> What were/ are the problems you are experiencing Pierre-Yves?
>
> Usually the largest obstacle for people with Wicket (and Tapestry,
> Echo and GWT for that matter) is getting rid of the bad practices they
> got used to when working with frameworks like Struts etc. A lot of
> people learned programming Java web apps on frameworks like that, and
> never got much of the OO part. Otoh, if you're coming from e.g. Swing
> programming, Wicket should be easier for you.
>
> Wicket vs Stripes... it's oranges and pears - except for the fact that
> you both make web apps with them. Stripes is geared towards
> simplifying the common model 2 paradigm, and it does a very good job
> at that as far as I've seen, While Wicket is all about stateful, self
> contained, reusable components.
>
> Personally, I don't think Stripes is always easier than Wicket,
> especially when you look at e.g.
> http://mc4j.org/confluence/display/stripes/Binding+directly+to+your+domain+model
> ; Wicket's equivalent would be quite a lot easier imo, but for some
> things Stripes probably is easier, like when you are prototyping/
> moving your HTML structure around a lot.
>
> In the end, just choose which framework that gives you a warm and
> fuzzy feeling :) Stripes seems to be the best choice if you want to go
> for a model 2 framework.
>
> Read some more here:
> http://www.virtuas.com/articles/webframework-sweetspots.html
>
> Eelco
>
>
>
> On 8/6/06, Pierre-Yves Saumont <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I would be very interested to know how you compare Wicket and Stripes
> > and why you're leaning toward Wicket. (I didn't know about Stripes, but
> > at first glance, it seems much simpler than Wicket, which I have been
> > struggling with for two weeks now without much success!).
> >
> > Pierre-Yves
> >
> > Bill Bruyn a écrit :
> > > I have an opportunity to use a new framework on a current project, and
> > > I've been trying to decide between Wicket and Stripes.  Both look really
> > > nice, but at the moment I'm leaning toward Wicket.  Got a skeleton
> > > project set up with 1.2.1 (via Wicket Bench 0.3.0) and am running it
> > > with a JettyLauncher from Eclipse.  So far, so good, but my wicket page
> > > markup (e.g., SomePage.html) doesn't find my css.
> > >
> > > I've tried it at the root of my webapp and in the same directory as the
> > > markup (looks like from the examples I should just be able to drop it on
> > > the root).  I've tried adding a resource to the class via
> > > super.getResourceSettings().addResourceFolder (though I shouldn't need
> > > that, right?) and nothing seems to work.  I'm sure this is trivial, and
> > > it's a bit of a disappointment that I've already had to ask for help,
> > > but I've done some googling, and some browsing of the Wiki and the FAQ
> > > to no avail.
> > >
> > > BTW, I should also mention that when I request non-existent resources
> > > from the app (e.g., foo.html) I am always redirected to the app's
> > > homepage instead of getting a 404.  Is that the desired behavior?  Is it
> > > configurable?
> > >
> > >
> > > Thanks very much in advance,
> > >
> > > Bill
> > >
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