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From vineesh kumar <vineeshkuma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Announcement: ZK - an OSS project to enable rich user interfaces and easy-to-develop for Web applications
Date Wed, 16 Nov 2005 09:46:22 GMT
I just ckecked the ZK Framework  by downloading it.
Before going to more details I hav some queries,

1)Whether this framework can be used with struts?
2)Whether this is Lisenced?
  I am working on a commercial project. So wether i can adopt this
framework to include on my app and i can sell the product without any
restrictions?


On 11/15/05, Tom M. Yeh <tomyeh@potix.com> wrote:
> ZK is an AJAX-based, event-driven, XUL-compliant, all Java framework to enable rich user
interfaces for Web applications. With ZK, you represent your Web application in feature-rich
in XUL and HTML components, and manipulate these components by listening to events triggered
by users, all at the server, as simple and rich as you did for years in desktop applications.
>
> No JavaScript and AJAX for application developers. No need to replicate business logic
at the clients. No proprietary components. No compilation. Just manipulate in a markup language,
ZUL, deriving from XUL. Just POJO (Plain Old Java cOdes). ZK works with existent frameworks
and technologies, such as JSF and Portals, so the pace of adapting it is all under your control.
>
> It is GPL. More details are available at http://zk1.sourceforge.net. You could try the
features online without installation at http://www.potix.com/zkdemo/userguide.
>
> Welcome your input. Please forward to anyone who might be interested.
>
> Thanks and Regards,
> Tom Yeh
> The ZK project
>

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