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promised wicket integration? [message #721267] Thu, 01 September 2011 05:46 Go to next message
fanick  is currently offline fanick
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Hello, I want to know how far is the scout team with the wicket integration, or just point me to some documentation, I have found nothing useful after half-day googling. Or just tell me if there is some other web framework integration, or just tell me if it is possible to generate thin web client, I want it :)!
(no subject) [message #721322 is a reply to message #721267] Thu, 01 September 2011 09:24 Go to previous message
Andreas Hoegger is currently offline Andreas Hoegger
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You are right we mentioned wicket during a talk at EclipseCon2011. At
that time we where evaluating several web framework to bring Scout to
the web. We reached this step together with RAP (www.eclipse.org/rap).
RAP became a light weight web framework (see also
http://eclipsesource.com/blogs/2011/08/29/lightweight-osgi-applications-using-raps-widget-toolkit/).

For EclipseCon Europe 2011 (this year) we proposed the collaboration of
Scout and RAP within a talk
(http://www.eclipsecon.org/sessions/eclipse-scout-features-rap-best-both-worlds).
You could support us to get this talk in the program by adding a comment.
Sources and the ability to use Scout WEB client will be available around
EclipseCon Europe 2011.

- Andreas


On 01.09.2011 11:46, fanick wrote:
> Hello, I want to know how far is the scout team with the wicket
> integration, or just point me to some documentation, I have found
> nothing useful after half-day googling. Or just tell me if there is some
> other web framework integration, or just tell me if it is possible to
> generate thin web client, I want it :)!
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