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JAVA 7 needs frameworks?

 
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JAVA community have already endorsed all the heavy frameworks used to develop a J2EE application.

I haven't started to use them yet. Is there any possibility to develop a huge (maintanable)enterprise application without these frameworks?

Has JAVA 7 done anything about mvc architecture programming? any talks going around about it?

yes. I didnt learn how to use these frameworks and they aren't as interesting as knowing JAVA.. but i'm afraid i'll be forced to..

it isn't fair to expect JAVA to enfore structure in itself?

and please answer this: should i learn these frameworks(like spring,struts, hibernate etc)
 
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I think you should not expect everything you need from Java.

If you want to learn a good Web MVC Framework I strongly recommend you to learn Spring MVC or Struts and the same for Hibernate as a persistence framework.
 
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