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Struts vs Spring MVC

 
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hello,

Just really curious when one would use Struts over Spring Framework (Spring MVC, Spring Web). Struts and Spring almost have the same features and advantages but I just wanna know what are the main reasons that would really make you say "well in this case, using Struts is a better choice".

Does it really boil down on the preference of developers these days? I mean like using Struts or Spring because it is the technology direction of the client or company....and really no design based reasons in choosing when to use these frameworks?

thanks
 
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I'm closing this thread as a duplicate and adding your other one to both forums. That way we don't have two similar discussions going on.
 
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