Discussion and feedback on the second JDNC Article.
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I've been waiting for something to come out so I could try it and see if it is going to be as good as I think it will be. [fingers crossed]
In my mind, it is the last hurdle to making Rich Client viable and easy.
actually i like th eidea of simplifying things as it will move Swing development back into spotlight. However, Amy, when you talk about data binding, are you considering JSR 227 ?
It looks like a job done properly. Definitely better to have taken the extra time to produce something impressive.
It will certainly do what it is designed to do - i.e. save a certain type of developer a lot of time. The fact the code is open means that people who want to borrow ideas can do so (I especially like the treetable, and think there might be some interesting ideas in the extended Actions framework) - so I am sure JDNC will provide added desktop momentum even for those who don't use it.
I have lost track of what used to be called Project Rave - are there any plans to integrate JDNC into that?
All in all - pretty cool stuff.
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