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Explanation: Depends on your other word choices, of course, but one of my friends is currently discovering the joys of Dynpro, so I hear about it fairly often. It's not *always* a pleasure, but entertaining, so "is fun" might work or "is rewarding" etc. etc.
Terry Gilman Germany Local time: 10:36 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 4
Nicole Schnell United States Local time: 01:36 Specializes in field Native speaker of: German PRO pts in category: 64
2 hrs confidence:
Explanation: At the risk of explaining the obvious, this construction is used to present a contrast, so the general idea is 'compared with other models that ...., website development with Dynpro is... [your choice of translation].
IMO this style is more appropriate to journalism than serious prose, but I see it increasingly often in moderately formal text (e.g. magazine articles), sometimes as the first sentence -- which means the reader must hit the ground running.
Ken Cox Local time: 10:36 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 65