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Love to code without JSP

ak pillai
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With the advent of component based frameworks especially Tapestry where all you have to know is HTML (you can use tools like dream weaver) and Java.

Do they have to still learn the basics of Servlets/JSPs? or learn the Framework directly?

I would say yes to learning the basics of servlets/jsp basics first. I would like to know what others think?.

I like the idea of Tapestry where there is no JSP.


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I like the idea of not crossposting the same topic in different forums
http://www.coderanch.com/t/362245/Servlets/java/Servlet-days-numbered

Thanks.


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