I know WebObjects much better than I know Wicket...

The only reason I looked at Wicket is because Apple made some very 
strange decisions regarding licensing and support for other platforms 
about a year ago. Should the open source rumors be true (I'm not sure 
they are) I'll most likely go back to (stay with) WebObjects.

This is a good place to start:


WebObjects has a very good on-line community, and there is a collection 
of open source frameworks and development tools that support/extend it. 
One you should definitely know about is WOLips:



Martijn Dashorst wrote:
> Apple will make (most of) WebObjects open source with the new release
> (http://www.thinksecret.com/news/0608webobjects.html).
> Has anyone worked with WebObjects and wishes to comment on it compared
> to Wicket?
> Martijn


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