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which framework is good for beginner

 
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Hi my first Language is German so bear my English
I am 4th Semester student i worked in Java desktop application i made Human resource Management System but it was Desktop Application now i want to make it as web based application . I study in difference forums about java frameworks hibernate struts spring etc i have GOOD understanding of HTML and basic understanding of CSS and javascript now i am confuse which i should learn first i consider myself as beginner in web application
now please guide me which framework is easily start from scratch? i hope i make you understand what i want basically i want something easier to learn in initial level to have solid grip on how to make web applications then i will move to advanced level
so please tell me how to start ?
 
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You should start by learning servlets and JSP, without any framework. Only if you fully understand the basics will you be able to make good use of a framework.
 
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Ulf Dittmer Thanks for the reply
but i also have heard if i start work in framework it will also cover servlets and jsp isnt it true?
 
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It's not true. Frameworks are specifically built to hide those. JSPs you may still learn, but servlets are generally abstracted away in favor of whichever way the framework likes to do things. If you want to write Java web apps, there's no way around learning servlets and JSP/JSTL.
 
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