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Published: Sep 04 2008 / 16:12

I have been using Wicket for a while now and I’ve occasionally wondered if GWT provides any kind of advantage over Wicket. Recently I got a chance to do a comparison and instead of coding a simple “Hello World” kind of example, I decided to try something a little more complex. Hopefully this brings out the differences between Wicket and GWT more clearly.
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RawThinkTank replied ago:

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Wicket has a unnecessary burden with each of an user connected to the webserver.

Sheeeeesh !

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pt93903 replied ago:

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You okay ? Really...

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