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    Lightbulb HybridJava overview

    Hi all,

    I would like to get an idea about HybridJava
    Unfortunately there aren't too much information on internet.
    Please can you give me a little overview about this framework, is it similar to another framework in java or php? What s exactly the oriented component framework?

    Thank you very much


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    Default Re: HybridJava overview

    Sounds like invention of a lightly-read author to me, but I admit I haven't looked too hard. Try this StackOverflow discussion, and then do some searches of your own.

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    Default Re: HybridJava overview

    Hi, guys! I am one of the authors of HybridJava and, believe me, I do not feel myself lightly-headed. So I hope to answer all you questions.

    To start with please be informed that the link in GregBrannon's answer points to something that has no relation to "HybridJava" as defined on hybridjava.com site.

    The framework is somewhat similar to any presentation layer framework - Velocity, Struts, JSTL, Wicket, Tapestry, JSF etc., but is also substantially different from any of those. The closest is apparently JSF after introduction of "composite components", but the research is still going on regarding how far they indeed moved forward. JSF is not that simple to get this answer fast.

    HybridJava is much simpler in general and simple to learn as well. The site is about 20 pages if printed, but those contain a comprehensive description. Reading all typically takes two hours. The run-time is all about 1000 of code. No wonder that a typical time of processing on the server is measured in units of ms and the footprint is minimal.

    HybridJava technology is based on compilation so most problems may be revealed at build time. The compiled language is defined by a formal grammar combining those of HTML and Java. JavaCC inside.

    HybridJava is truly component oriented. That means it strongly supports components defined the way that the UI may be conveniently build of components like a wall is build of bricks. (For instance Play is not component oriented at all, many mentioned above - are).

    Welcome with more questions!

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    Default Re: HybridJava overview

    I did not characterize your abilities or character in any way. I would never insult someone in public, especially someone I had no personal knowledge of. I am disappointed that you say I have written of you negatively when I haven't, but I regret even more that you think I have.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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    Default Re: HybridJava overview

    Thank you very much for your responses

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    Dear Greg! I did not feel offended at all, cause you referred to StackOverflow discussion that has no relation neither to me nor to my product.

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