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Beginner questions: Web framework

 
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Hello All,

I am new to web frameworks. I would like to start learning any one - Struts, Spring, JavaServer Faces. Which one do you recommend ? Many J2EE jobs now requires Struts, How about the rest ?
Thank you for your inputs.

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Rashmi
 
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You won't see JSF on job boards much for a while yet - maybe another year. Struts is pretty hot in my area right now.
 
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struts is most wiedly used framework and it is easy to learn.
 
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