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Please suggest the best framework in java for developing webbased application

 
Swaroop Reddy
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Hello all,
we are planning to develop an webapplication in java using existing frameworks which can use the JNI services to get code from vc++ and run in java,where can i get the frameworks listing along with their cost,ratings,performance,pros&cons and for which type of applications they can be used mostly.

Please suggest me the best frame work as per your knowledge along with cost,performance,rating ,pros&corns and so on...

No matter it may be opensource or paid version want the best framework.and one morething like can we get available resources(developers) for the specified framework



Thanks in advance
 
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This question gets asked all the time. Have a look at our Application Frameworks forum and you'll see a few discussions in the past week.
Here is my typical answer to your question.
 
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Hello
I am thinking of using Struts2,Is mine a best option,what advantages can i get from struts2 compared to spring.Also please suggest me the best authored book for Struts2 and spring

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Have a look at our book reviews section for recommendations on books. Search on Google for Struts 2 vs Spring MVC, there are plenty of articles covering the debate.
 
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My link above leads to presentations that discuss the pros and cons of many frameworks.
Struts 2 and Spring are not really the same thing. Struts is a Front Controller. Spring has a Front Controller (SpringMVC) and much more (Inversion of Control configuration, EJB support, a JDBC library, Hibernate integration, declarative transaction support and AOP). As a matter of fact, Struts 2 has a Spring Plugin which makes integration of Spring Dependency Injection easy.
So your question is not "which framework is best". Your should be asking "I have x requirements and need a framework with those features".
That said, our Struts 2 FAQ has many links to tutorials and books.
You can also browse through our Book Reviews forum to find good books.
 
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