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Which Framework to Chose for Latest Web app Struts2/SpringMVC/other

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Hi Experts,
I have been using Struts 1.x for quite some time and liked it as well. Currently I was trying to evaluate Struts 2.x for a new web based project.

Looks like Struts 2 has borrowed lot of stuff from Spring's dependancy injection concept....they have implemented it in POJO way....

But I see a hell lot of things happening behind the scene in this framework. It is doing way too many things and when I turn on debug logs it scares me .....well logging is not an issue though. Here is what I was worried about.

- When I try to look for Struts 2 help I find a few sites which give useful information, (may be I am confused) So can someone tell me if this is right time for using Struts 2 in my web app ....Is it stable?

- How aboud Spring MVC framework...I heard its what inspired struts 2....I have no clue about it ...just wanted to get some opinion or pointers which can help take decision on choice of framework....

Any help would be appreciated....
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Here is what I found ....looks like a good presentation ...read on...
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