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I haven't programmed in web for many years. Last thing I used was simple JSP+scriptlets. What are people using now. Spring MVC or JSF or something else ? Can someone let me know. I didn't know which forum to post this question.
 
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There's no one framework that "everyone is using". Just servlets + JSP is still popular, so is Struts 2, Spring MVC, Stripes and (inexplicably) JSF.

I use Front Man, an open-source Front Controller implementation that I wrote.
 
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Pradeep bhatt wrote:I didn't know which forum to post this question.


I have moved this to the Frameworks forum.
 
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Aww, poor JSF.

(With Seam it's actually not horrible--but really not an appropriate choice for the bulk of web app development, at least in my opinion.)

Which to learn is kind of a crap shoot--it kind of depends on your needs and what you're looking to accomplish.
 
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I won't comment about any other frameworks but I'm currently using Apache Wicket and it is being much usefull to me. I recomend ;)

Anyway there are a really wide of possibilities of frameworks for this purpose. Just take a google on it.
 
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Victor Dolirio wrote:[...]I'm currently using Apache Wicket and it is being much usefull to me. I recomend ;)


I second that.
 
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Thanks everyone. Which one is good for AJAX based UI ?
 
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