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what framework is suitable to struts ?

 
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hi good day, i developing using struts framework, if i have a choice to choose among the framework, which framework is recommended for struts ?

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My favorite to use with Struts is Taconite (taconite.sf.net) although clearly I'm biased since I'm the Taconite lead developer. Taconite integrates well with Struts because you can use JSPs to construct the Taconite response XML, which is mostly just XHTML embedded within some Taconite-specific XML tags.

Struts works well with most Ajax libraries. DWR, Prototype, and others are sure to work with Struts, so it mostly comes down to which framework best fits your coding style.
 
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Originally posted by Ryan Asleson:
My favorite to use with Struts is Taconite (taconite.sf.net)
Struts works well with most Ajax libraries. DWR, Prototype, and others are sure to work with Struts, so it mostly comes down to which framework best fits your coding style.



I thought Ajax is already a "Framework". why we need other "wrapper" frameworks?

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Ajax is not a framework, but a web development technique. So you can use it within other frameworks like Struts or Spring. The book explains how to.
 
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