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Need suggestion regarding java framework for web portal development

 
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Hi,

I am developing a simple web portal for general people. I have been going through many java frameworks like spring mvc, wicket, jsf, tapestry, etc. I am really confused among them.

Should we go for component based frameworks when developing web apps for high traffic and large user base? If yes, which one would you recommend among wicket and tapestry when performance is on top priority? Please guide me...
 
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