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    Default ExtJS vs Ext GWT for Java Enterprise application

    Hi,

    I'm programming with ExtJS for 5 years now and I think it is the best framework to use if you are building a web enterprise application. I used PHP and Java in the past. Anyway, short time ago we decided to start a new project based on Spring 3.0 and dm server (OSGI based development).

    My question is - what do you suggest - shoud we use GXT or ExtJS for our front end?
    I don't know much about GXT and my concerns are related with versions - If a new version of ExtJS comes out, how much time is needed that GXT follows? If I have a component in ExtJS, what is needed to rewrite it in GXT?

    Thanks in advance for any answers.
    Bojan

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    I would only recommend Ext GWT to Java developers without Ext JS knowledge.

    If you already know Ext JS then stick with that and just build JSON based interfaces in Spring.

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    Thanks Condor. I was also thinking the same.

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