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Good Web Framework for small to medium sized Web Application

 
Piyush Mattoo
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What would be some applicable web framework available for medium-small sized web applications involving charts based in Java.
I would highly appreciate if anyone could provide their opinions.

Thanks in Advance!
 
Ulf Dittmer
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You're likely to get many different answers, every single one of them being correct for the person who posts them (although not necessarily for you).

These days my favorite is Stripes and cewolf (which, ahem, I maintain) for embedded charts.

(I also regularly use JPA for persistence and DisplayTag for HTML tables, but you didn't ask about those.)
 
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What are the pros and cons of cewolf over JFree charts?
 
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Piyush Mattoo wrote:What are the pros and cons of cewolf over JFree charts?


Did you even bother to click on the link?

The cewolf tag library is an easy way to embed charts in web pages. It's based on the capable JFreeChart library.
 
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I second the recommendation on Stripes. I've used it for a couple of projects and its so quick to setup and get going, only problem I've found is the user-base seems quite small so it can be more difficult to get help/tutorials in comparison to a more popular web MVC like SpringMVc/Struts
 
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