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Mathias Nilsson
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I'm currently devloping a site and have dicided to use java/servlets/mysql

But I'm very confused.... isn't it enough with jsp/servlets? What is the big fuss about struts, JSF etc. Are the response servlets?

// Mathias
 
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Struts, JSF, Spring and the other big frameworks supposedly make it quicker and easier for you to get your web apps up and running.

I have found them otherwise.

Personally, I just think that they move around where you spend your time, but in the end, you don't end up with the final, tested product any sooner.

I'm a "less is more" kind of guy and would rather spend my time dealing with straight-forward and simple code than trying to wrestle with someone else's humongous framework.

You will likely get other opinions, and your own mileage may vary.
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Thanks!

So JSTL is not recommended for faster devoping?

// Mathias
 
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