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Jota Peter
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Hello,

What are the best and most recent technologies to use with JSP.

I'm now in a project using JSP + Struts2.

Thanks,
João
 
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Are you asking about frameworks based on JSP, or JSP itself? With JSP, scriptlets and Java code are out (and have been for over 8 years) and JSTL and EL are in.

Frameworks are a completely different matter and you should probably look through the Frameworks forum for previous discussions.
 
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JSP doesn't really change much.
 
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David Newton wrote:JSP doesn't really change much.

Not these days; but JSP underwent a huge revolution in 2002 with JSP 2.0 and most people have not seemed to notice.

If you are using java code in your JSPs, you are doing it wrong.
If you are using scriptlets of any kind in your JSPs, you are doing it wrong.
If you are submitting forms and URLs to JSPs instead of servlet controllers, you are doing it wrong.

It amazes and saddens me how many JSP questions get posted here full of Java code and scriptlets. Might as well be using vacuum tubes and stone knives.
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Might as well be using vacuum tubes [...]

But they give your web pages that creamy mellow sound.
[...] stone knives.

They get through metal detectors.

Not that I know.
 
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