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JSF 0R JSTL 0R STRUTS???

 
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I am confused....
Will struts become a legacy technology in less than a year or will JSF supercedes struts ...
 
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The JSF spec includes the person who designed struts. There is an artcile in IBM developerworks which tells how struts and JSF can work ( havent read it though)
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So JSF is compatabile with struts??. structs is open source and JSF is from sun. So i am not sure abt the compatability
 
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IBM article..

http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/j-integrate/?ca=dnt-438
internet is really slowly and also costs a lot
 
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Originally posted by Pradeep Bhat:
internet is really slowly and also costs a lot


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Thanks for the link
 
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They all really compliment each other. Here's how:
-Struts is a framework, or better yet, it's an implementation of the MVC design pattern
-JSF is collection of objects for creating server-side GUI components
-JSTL is used for presentation logic
All of them can/will work together.
Sue
 
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Originally posted by Sue Spielman:
They all really compliment each other. Here's how:
-Struts is a framework, or better yet, it's an implementation of the MVC design pattern
-JSF is collection of objects for creating server-side GUI components
-JSTL is used for presentation logic
All of them can/will work together.
Sue


So can it be assumed that JSF, accompanied with JSTL are used in the View of the MVC design pattern, which is implemented by the Struts?
In this way, they all are working together well... Mean doing their own jobs...
 
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