Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer: It's a mature technology, and probably won't evolve further. But it is widely used, and I see no rush happening to replace it by adopting something else. That's not obsolete by my definition.
Developers are not going for Struts for their new apps, I guess. Hence, I used the word obsolete. May be there are people around who wants Struts, even in the presence of JSF, Tapestry etc. And I agree that there are, relatively, alot applications out there on Struts.
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Developers are not going for Struts for their new apps, I guess.
That may be. But I'm seeing the opposite happening, and the Jobs Offered ads indicate that Struts experience is way more widely sought than anything else, and not just for maintaining existing applications. So it's definitely not a clear-cut case.