Feedback for Comparing JVM Web Frameworks
Posted November 16, 2007on:
I’ve written a feedback for Matt’s presentation since at the time being I’m also doing a research on several web framework.
Thing should be noted out:
Seam is tightly coupled with JSF. Matt wrote in the Seam point that JSF as one of the cons for Seam. Though he didn’t quite explained in detail regarding this point. I assume he meant Seam is tightly coupled with JSF. This is not true because since Seam 2.0, Seam has been loosely coupled with JSF.
Several work to integrate other web framework with Seam such as:
Seam works best on JBoss Application Server. Michael Yuan has a brief explanation regarding this.
Seam is Designed for EJB 3. Again that’s only relevant for Seam 1. Since Seam 2.0, Gavin already received alot of community feedback and learnt the lesson from Seam 1. Although at the beginning Seam is designed for EJB3, but Seam 2 works with POJO as well.
Will Tapestry be rewritten again for Tapestry 6? Why did Struts2 didn’t get the same comment? Struts2 is a major rewrite since Struts1.
Tapestry has no desire for backwards compatibility between releases. Again, why did Struts2 didn’t get the same comment. Struts2 is not backward compatible with Struts1 at all.