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Spring MVC or webflow

 
deeps pravi
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Hi,

I want to develop a web application which uses Spring in the service layer.I have gone through the tutorials and got confused whether to use spring mvc or web flow. My application has got 4 or 5 different pages, the pages has no interaction which each other,but within each page there are so many ajax requests, or in other words a major part of my application works through ajax requests within the pages.
Can anyone please tell me whether I should use mvc or webflow? Also what can be a better choice for the view?jsp or jsf(richfaces)? I am more concerned about the performance of the application when multiple users login.

thanks,
deeps.
 
kurt hanni
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Since the pages has no interaction with each other you can just use spring MVC, and for the views can just use JSPs

No need for more complexity
 
deeps pravi
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hi,

Thanks for the reply.But since I want to use ajax requests extensively, do you think webflow has some advantage over mvc?

Thanks,
Deeps
 
jas preet
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If your project mainly concern with ajax request then i would suggest you to use jsp. They will be easy to handle.
 
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