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  Asked By: Gene    Date: Oct 13    Category: Java    Views: 474

which framework do you use for web programming?



3 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Barabas Cohen     Answered On: Oct 13

Struts -> http://jakarta.apache.org/struts/
WW2 (WebWork2) -> http://opensymphony.com/
SpringFrameWork -> http://www.springframework.org/ (this is GOOD)

Answer #2    Answered By: Stefan Thompson     Answered On: Oct 13

It depends on the project's objective. There are many. At apache you can
find Struts, Tapestry, Turbine, Jetspeed. Check those projects and see if
any match your needs.

Answer #3    Answered By: Ivan Coleman     Answered On: Oct 13

I use the open source framework  which I wrote, called JPublish (
http://www.jpublish.org/ ). Developer roles are cleanly separated so
developers can focus on the code (writing actions in Java or any
supported scripting language such as BeanShell or Python) while
designers can focus on the graphical design (through global templates)
and content authors can just write content (using Velocity or Freemarker
for inserting dynamic elements).

JPublish with BeanShell for the actions provides a very good environment
for rapid development of webapps while still letting you change actions
which require better performance into Java classes as necessary.

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