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Is JSF becoming popular?

Glen Cai
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What are the advantages of JSF over Struts beside it is part of J2EE standard?

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Ryan Day
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Glen, based on the title of your post, you may find this article interesting:

Glen Cai
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Joined: Aug 24, 2002
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Thanks Ryan. This is a good link.

I heard lots of good comments about using Flex+Jave to build RIC application and would like to see the comparison between and JSF+Ajax4JSF and Flex+Java.

It looks like Flex is winner of RIC application over Ajax.
I agree. Here's the link:
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