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Ask Slashdot: Tips For Designing a Modern Web Application?

jimijon Re:WebObject - Ruby on Rails (409 comments)

Well you can no longer say WebObjects without now mentioning the vibrant WOnder community creating kickass frameworks. And then there still is the secret weapon of the WebObjects developer, DirectToWeb! I now call it DirectToClient as my productivity has skyrocketed with Wonder and D2W. And with some new frameworks on the horizon to sync CoreData with EOModeler and such.... well, WebObjects is looking like it will still be the best kept secret and keep me ahead of the competition.

more than 2 years ago
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When Should We Ditch Our Platform?

jimijon Re:Which platform? (622 comments)

I can only say one thing WebObjects! WebObjects with WOLips on Eclipse and Wonder blows everything away.... everything. It is a very, very, exciting time to be a WebObjects developer again. Before I was just kicking out the code and the solutions while the JSF, etc, guys where still going blind with XML. True components, true Eclipse, it just Rocks!!!!


It really does.

more than 6 years ago

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