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Stripes and other frameworks

 
M Rama
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What is the recommended framework which stripes plays well with in middle tier and database tier?

We currently don't use any frameworks and I want to use stripes for the web framework as I got good reccomendation for this. Should I be looking into spring/hibernate along with stripes? Does Seam work with Stripes at all or is it more connected to JSF?

Also, do you talk about other frameworks in your book?
 
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Originally posted by M Rama:
What is the recommended framework which stripes plays well with in middle tier and database tier?



You can use any framework really, Stripes plays nicely and won't get in your way.

Popular choices include JPA/Hibernate for the database tier with Stripersist (http://www.stripes-stuff.org) as a plugin for making the integration a breeze.

In the middle tier, Stripes has built-in support for Spring dependency injection. In the book, I also demonstrate how to integrate Guice.



Also, do you talk about other frameworks in your book?


Yes, I demonstrate how to use the following frameworks and libraries with Stripes:

* Display Tag
* Tiles and SiteMesh (although I recommend using Stripes' own reusable layout mechanism)
* Stripersist
* JPA
* Hibernate
* Spring
* Guice
* JUnit
* Mockito
* Stripes-Security (plugin also available from http://www.stripes-stuff.org)
* Prototype
* jQuery

You will learn a lot of interesting techniques in this book!
 
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