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I have recently built a web application using straight
HTML,JSP, and servlets. This app is small in size, but
I would love to add a more robust flexibility for myself
or future programmers. Is JSP with Struts/JSF a good way to
start?

Also, Hans, does your book cover the introductory topics
pertaining to Struts, or just a conceptual overview?

Thanks

Zak
 
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If it's only a few pages with few users, adding Struts and/or JSF might be like going after a fly with a shotgun. Although, if you expect the app to grow then I would certainly look into it.
 
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