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how about webwork and spring??? (to the author and others of course :)

 
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sir... were you able to include other frameworks such as webwork and spring in your book???
what can you say about these other frameworks... (compared to struts)
thanks...
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Ali -

were you able to include other frameworks such as webwork and spring in your book???
what can you say about these other frameworks... (compared to struts)


I included 6 frameworks in my book: Struts, Tapestry, WebWork, Velocity, InternetBeans Express, and Cocoon.
Comparing frameworks is a lengthy process, because they all have complex differences. One of the techniques I used was to create the exact same applicaiton in all 6 frameworks to see how they stood up in the real world. I also have an entire chapter devoted to the question of how they compare and how to create your own evaluation criteria. You'll have to buy (or win) the book to see how it ends!
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