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I have been using the Struts framework for almost a year now. Now that JSF has arrived, I am wondering whether it is worthwhile switching over to JSF from Struts, which in itself is a fairly popular,powerful, well-supported and evolving framework.
What are the significant benefits that I may derive if I decide to implement a new project using JSF instead of Struts?
How steep would the learning curve be?
[ April 10, 2005: Message edited by: Kedar Dravid ]
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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