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answered 2011-06-17 00:54:40 +0800

mjablonski gravatar image mjablonski

http://www.jease.org/

ZK is best suited for creating interactive web-applications. Most websites are about presenting information in a fancy way. So I would recommend to use a mixed approach: traditional website design (via HTML, CSS, JavaScript) for the main layout and ZK for interaction.

Have a look at the ZUL-examples for the ZK-based Content-Management-System "Jease". Whereas the complete backend is developed on top of ZK, Jease allows to integrate ZUL-scripts as content-objects for the website easily.

http://jease.org/demo/zul/

ZK can easily be intregated into any existing design as demonstrated with Jease.

http://jease.org/demo/zul/input.zul?design=cool [a href="http://jease.org/demo/zul/input.zul?design=photo"]http://jease.org/demo/zul/input.zul?design=photo[/a] [http://jease.org/demo/zul/input.zul?design=robot](http://jease.org/demo/zul/input.zul?design=robot)

Cheers, Maik

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