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Comparision between various frameworks

 
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Hi,
can anyone tell me a good comparision between various frameworks like Struts, Turbine, EJB etc Just a link will do.
 
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Nice question.
Guess it would also be nice to know about the difference between Struts, Tapestry and Webwork . One of the teams here have a XML/XSL based presentation tier and are hoping to migrate to one of the better performing frameworks. The present design runs on a homegrown solution.
Are there any frameworks especially to address this kind of presentation tier.I have heard of cocoon and barracuda. But not sure what is the difference between the 2. Would be nice if someone could highlight any basic difference between these 2.
thanks.
 
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Hi there,
An interesting discussion has been held on another
forum. Regarding the book of Mr.Ford
and especially the comparison of frameworks.
Check out another java community
BTW I double checked with our moderator Junilu if a hyperlink
to the competition is allowed...don't want them to
infiltrate.
Best regards,
Gian Franco Casula
[ February 11, 2004: Message edited by: Gian Franco Casula ]
[ February 11, 2004: Message edited by: Gian Franco Casula ]
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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