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Good java/jsp technology for slick front end?

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I am looking for a java/jsp equivalent of infragistics.

It is a presentation layer technology, which  gives a desktop app
look and feel to a web app.

http://www.infragistics.com/

Does anyone know of any java technologies that are equivalent and mature?  
Open source would be nice, but this is not a requirement.
I want something that will run on apache, not IIS like infragistics
does.

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Portal offers a desktop look and feel.
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Or something like Laszlo
http://www.openlaszlo.org/
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I think JSF may suit you need but has a longer learning cure why not to try AJAX with Simple JSP's???

Use DOJO tool kit (open Source ) for generating the Ultimate Look and feel for web.

I think latest version of WebWorks (a frame work) is bundeled with DOJO & DWR (AJAX stuff) may help you.

Thank You.

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