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JSF or Spring ?

 
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hi, i have basic knowledge on struts, as going for new project, i currently see that the future of web application seem very much related to Jsf or Spring, however, both of these framework is exactly new to me, can someone please pls guide which framework is easier to learn up and of course the prospect of it ..and what is the major different btw two ?

i personally feel the my major problem in the struts html tag which cannot preview in any visual editor like dreamweaver, cause some trouble for testing and also the validator, which need to define into strus-validation.xml seem complex and easily to get error specially when we have many webforms in our web application

as concern my problem, does any one of these framework making easier to my problem ?

thank you for your guidance
 
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JSF and Struts are comparable, as they are meant for web application development. However, Spring provides with a suite of additional features, such as IOC and AOP, a light-weight container along with a web MVC based framework. Spring facilitates standards based enterprise applications development, where as JSF and Struts are focussed on the web tier.

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