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Prerequisites for learning Struts and other Java based Web Frameworks.

 
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Hello all,

I have completed learning Core Java language. Now I am learning EJB 3 through "EJB3 in Action" book.

I'm curious to know what is the learning path for learning Java-based web frameworks such as Struts, Spring MVC, Tapestry, Wicket, GWT, etc.

Everywhere I see, people are talking in technical jargon about the inside out of these frameworks. I can't understand as to what knowledge should I have to learn these frameworks.
 
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Hi Sayid,

Every web framework for java is built on JEE core web technolgies i.e Servlets and JSP.
So learn Servlets and JSP properly before learning EJB.
The learning curve would be enjoying if you start with JSE( java core which covers JDBC,RMI), Servlets,JSP and then EJB.
Happy Learning. All the Best.
 
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Thank you so much Rajesh,

I have now placed an order for "Head First Servlets and JSP" book. I hope that will help me with Servlets and JSP technology (as you recommended me to learn that first).

Further I'll try to learn JDBC, RMI, etc also.

Thanks again.
 
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Welcome.

Yes Head First Servlets and JSP is a great book for your start.
Happy Learning Ahead.
 
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Thank you again, Rajesh.

It feels good when somebody helps.
 
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