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Hi guys,
i would like to know good books on struts..

The book needed is for self study ..so must have
1) ease of explanation
2) lots of practical explanation.,
Please help me with this problem
 
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I heard struts in action is good.
 
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Hi,

Try Mastering Jakarta Struts book. It is good for beginners too.

Regards,
Natasha
 
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You can use "Jakarta Struts Live" for learning struts. This book is freely available over the internet. This book covers all the major struts concepts with practical examples and gives a hands on practice.All the topics are upto the mark.
 
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Hi Biren

I read 'Jakarta Struts Live ' from Rick Hightower.
If Sachin is referring same book which is free on serverside.com , I would like to add something.

I read this book but I feel this is not easy or good for beginners.Several concepts are not explained in simple ways.Some chapters got unnecessarily complecated.

I suggest try something else for startup.If you have found any other book ,please let me know.

Thanks
 
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