I doubt. With the help of AnnotationProcessors we remove the need to type boiler plate code. Don't bother with getters and setters, don't bother with fields. Just use the @Property annotation and the rest will be generated for you. When you need to talk to server use @OnReceive annotation and you get the result. Type-safe. Reflection-less. Effective.
Write Your Own Provider
- Get the sources and check the implementation in ko/fx and ko/bck2brwsr modules.
- Implement your own context provider
- Guarantee your Knockout.js binding (if you are attempting to do Knockout.js binding) is correct by running the TCK in org.netbeans.html.json.tck package.
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