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tapestry-few basic questions

 
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Hi !
I have few basic doubts about well tapestry and others.here they are

1. What is Tapestry,frame work,springs and struts and their uses ?( I am just learnig jsps so it will take somemore time to me , to becoming a spring and struts literate)

I never got a satisfactory answer for the question " what is Framework?" and I am expecting a detailed answer on Framework which i can note it down in my notes and thus use it for answering in any interviews...if asked.

I heard that .net has a framework too but don't exactly know what it is.......

2. Why is everybody comparing tapestry with struts and springs and their frameworks .
[ March 04, 2008: Message edited by: sri dev ]
 
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