Struts is an MVC for the web [presentation & controller] layer, as opposed to spring, which in itself is a huge collection of application frameworks with range from web, to database, IOC, AOP, OSGi, MVC to name a few. So if you use SpringMVC for your web layer MVC needs, then you wouldn't need to go for struts, as they pretty much are used for the same purpose [unless you have a personal inclination to one among them].
posted 10 years ago
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