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Hello,
I am looking for a Java web framework which is similar to Grails or Ruby on Rails. I mean that I can use still Java and I do not need any configuration.

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And what is wrong with Grails?
 
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Agreed--why not just use Grails?

If you need to use Java-the-language, it seems like all the popular frameworks provide some sort of zero-configuration mode.
 
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@Gregg Bolinger: Grails use Groovy and this is a new language and I prepare use further Java.

@David Newton: Which framework do you mean?

I only found AppFuse: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AppFuse , but I could not find any books or examples how to create a web application.
 
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Stripes
Wicket
Tapestry
Struts
SpringMVC

None of those really require configuration anymore.
 
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Don't forget Front Man, the anti-framework!
 
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On the stripes site I found this:

Struts is pretty feature-light and has some serious architectural issues. Others, like WebWork 2 and Spring-MVC are much better, but still require a lot of configuration, and seem to require you to learn a whole new language just to get started.



Is it true?
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Don't forget Front Man, the anti-framework!



Astrotuf!
 
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mic ta wrote:On the stripes site I found this:

Struts is pretty feature-light and has some serious architectural issues. Others, like WebWork 2 and Spring-MVC are much better, but still require a lot of configuration, and seem to require you to learn a whole new language just to get started.



Is it true?


True of false depends on "when" they said that.
 
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Struts1 is pretty much legacy and shouldn't be used anymore. Struts2 is pretty popular and their are ways to make it's configuration minimal. SpringMVC is mostly configuration free at this point with support for annotations, although you can still wire things up using XML if you like. As I said, most other frameworks these days are pretty light on configuration; Tapestry, Wicket, etc.

Basically, the way I look at projects these days is can it be done in Grails? If not, then can it be done in Stripes? If not, I'm not sure what I'd look at because that hasn't happened yet.
 
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I think it is also up to personal taste. For me I don't like CoC much, I prefer to write configuration because it's much more clear.
 
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Is it possible to use GWT with Stripes, Struts 2 or Spring MVC? Are there howtos?
 
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mic ta wrote:Is it possible to use GWT with Stripes, Struts 2 or Spring MVC? Are there howtos?



Struts 2 GWT plugin
There's also an alternate approach to integrating GWT with S2.
 
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has anyone looked at PRIME FACES

This framework is a very good implementation of JSF and easy to use and test.
 
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I have found this Play Framework
 
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