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hi there,

I'm a newbie to all these frameworks. Can someone tell me what JSF, SPRING, HIBERNATE is good for. i know SPRING and HIBERNATE are object mapping framework. So can some one explain to which of Spring and Hibernate is good for developing a banking application.
what is JSF used for and also if Struts is a good method to implement the login verification form or if we have to go for any other framework.
 
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Spring isn't an ORM framework, Spring is lightweight container for building Java/Java EE applications.
Spring documentation is really first class, one of the best but if you want a book, I suggest "Spring In Action, 2nd Edition" by Manning.
Hibernate documentation is also great but again if you want to read a book, "Java Persistence With Hibernate" by Manning is outstanding.
For JSF, "JavaServer Faces In Action" is my favorite.

what is JSF used for and also if Struts is a good method to implement the login verification form or if we have to go for any other framework.


Login verification has nothing to do with any web framework.
 
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