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kishor kalapa
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I am preparing for scwcd after completion which technology like struts2 and hibernate and jdbc ,xml,ajax ..etc use ful to learn to get job.means I want know which technology will aplycable for web developer's(scwcd completed people).
 
Dee Brown
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Some of this is based on what I have read.

Ajax: My experience reveals asynchronous functionality is often needed on the front end.

Struts2: Common MVC implementation (even covered in hfs).
Spring/hibernate: I have read that they go hand in hand.

I have yet to read a full book on xml and jdbc, but have learned enough about them through other books (e.g. XML through Ajax).
 
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SCWCD person can do hands on Struts,EJB's,Hibernate also towards the database side.
 
kishor kalapa
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Hi all,
Still I am confused which technology is best(which boom is running),
acording to friends based on struts so many projects running ,means in struts sector more human power required compared to other technology .is it correct?
 
Anand Bhatt
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Spring ,JPA.
 
Kunal Jag
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Dee Brown wrote:
Spring/hibernate: I have read that they go hand in hand.

That�s indeed correct. Spring is not a rip-off of any ORM framework. Instead, Spring provides easy integration points for all ORMs. For example, Spring�s HibernateTemplate provides a wrapper over Hibernate that simplifies data access code and removes boilerplate.



Anand Bhatt wrote:
Spring ,JPA
JPA, an EJB 3 sub-spec is heavily influenced by Hibernate. The coolest feature is that it supports "out-of-container" testing and can be used in Java SE environment without requiring any heavyweight application server.


Regards,
[ July 04, 2008: Message edited by: Kunal Jag ]
 
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