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Is application development using JSP and java beans not used now because of Struts Springs etc?  RSS feed

 
Monica Shiralkar
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Is application development using JSP -java beans not used now because of Struts Spring etc? Should every application be built using frameworks like spring ,struts and nowdays one should not create any application using JSP-java beans.Suppose we have to make a small web application.Should we use frameworks like struts, spring or it should be made just following MVC with JSP-java beans.?
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You don't have to use a framework if you do not want to. But you should be familiar with them to know whether you want to use them or not, or to get a job that requires them.
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:You don't have to use a framework if you do not want to.


What Bear says. Sometimes it's just easier to throw something together using Servlets than to jump through all the hoops a framework requires. I have found that if I'm working on a larger project, I would end up reinventing a large part of Struts or Spring eventually (I think this is the web version of Greenspun's Tenth Rule).
 
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I did several small tiny projects which only use JSP, Servlet and Java beans and everything is fine. Don't overuse frameworks because of their hype.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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