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Question on Stripes Book

 
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Hi,
Thanks for the book offer.

I've few questions on Stripes.

1. What is Stripes?
2. How is different from other web application different works?
3. How is it different from Struts, Spring?
4. What can you do with Stripes which you could not with Struts and Spring?

Thanks in advance
Sridhar Palla
 
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Originally posted by palla sridhar:
Hi,
Thanks for the book offer.

I've few questions on Stripes.

1. What is Stripes?
2. How is different from other web application different works?
3. How is it different from Struts, Spring?
4. What can you do with Stripes which you could not with Struts and Spring?

Thanks in advance
Sridhar Palla



1. Stripes is an action-based, non-full-stack Java web framework.
2. Some sweet spots for Stripes are simplicity, near-zero configuration, and increased productivity.
3. Do more with less code and less configuration.
4. See #3.

Cheers,
 
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