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Which Presentation Layer Framework is best except Struts?

 
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I wonder.Best the Rail like framework. I hate Struts, a lot of XML, a lof configuration...
 
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Trails uses Tapestry so it may be worth a look - though I doubt you'll be able to escape XML configuration files. Another one that is mentioned as an alternative to Tapestry is Wicket.
 
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It depends on the application, but I have used everything from no framework (printouts from servlets) through JSP/struts to velocity and tapestry. For very complex applications I would certainly recommend tapestry, despite the xml. For simpler stuff, probably JSP. I don't like struts, but some people swear by it.
 
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