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From Francesco Chicchiriccò <francesco.chicchiri...@everett.it>
Subject Re: Lowering in amount of users' posts?
Date Mon, 19 Apr 2010 09:44:28 GMT
On 19/apr/10, at 11:20, Robby Pelssers wrote:

> Ok.
>
> I have to agree on the documentation issue.  This certainly hasn't  
> approved and for usage of sitemap components I still tend to use the  
> Cocoon2.1.x docs.
>
> I do believe as well that Cocoon forms in combination with  
> flowscript was state of the art back then but other frameworks are  
> doing an equally good or even better job nowadays.
>
> Cocoon is still my preferred tool to do xml transformations but if  
> you want to build highly dynamic interactive webapps you might as  
> well take a look around for other available options.  But this is  
> where Cocoon3.0 comes into play...
>
> Instead of building your complete webapp with the Cocoon framework  
> you can now choose your preferred framework (GWT, Wicket, -> http://java-source.net/open-source/web-frameworks

>  ) and outsource the xml stuff to Cocoon3 by just using the Java  
> API.  Also check out Reinhard's effort for howto  http://cocoon.apache.org/3.0/reference/html-single/index.html#wicket-integration
>
> And I expect I'll make the switch to Cocoon3 over the next year  
> because of this reason.

I totally agree with this approach: I personally see much of Cocoon's  
future in Cocoon 3.
I am also considering to use it to build a REST interface for one of  
our projects in Italy: I'll keep the list updated about how this is  
going.

> On the other hand the first implementations of XPROC are available  
> which resembles a lot what cocoon has to offer...

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