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choosing a framework

  Asked By: Howard    Date: Mar 18    Category: Java    Views: 714
  

As you know, choosing the right and suitable web
framework to start working with, seems to be truly
important and it sure saves a lot of time learning the
one which is easier, with more capabilities and a
brighter imaginable destiny.
Although we performed a voting in our small community
and that I appreciate it a lot, but I think one should
consider more, and as a matter of fact it does not
give us sufficient information, statistics and
viewpoint to make decision for the right framework.
Although I’m familiar with Struts and JSF but I’m
still severely researching for a better option. But
thorough all my observations it seemed like although
Struts has a more dominant implementations yet in the
real world, but it seems somehow dieing, getting paled
or at least being slowly abandoned (pls. advise me if
I’m wrong).
But on the other hand the articles and discussions
seem to be focused more on Tapestry and JSF (esp.
Tapestry 4.0) and that’s why I wanted to draw your
attention to the one along this subject where you can
find it at:
www.theserverside.com/.../article.tss
So, after all, I just wanted to ask our community
developers who work professionally with different
frameworks to share their ideas and experiments with
the others with no prejudice at all, and tell us the
various advantages and disadvantages they encountered
during development.

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