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

 
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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.
 
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