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Article on Struts

 
John Yu
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Apache Struts has become the de facto MVC standard for web application development. This article, Issues in Struts Adoption, discusses issues in Struts adoption, covering both technical considerations and business issues like total cost of ownership, maintenance, future direction and long term viability of the Apache Struts Framework.
 
Ashik Uzzaman
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good article.... and i am about to start struts next week...so actually better artcile for me.. .
 
Thomas Paul
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Originally posted by John Yu:
Apache Struts has become the de facto MVC standard for web application development. This article, Issues in Struts Adoption, discusses issues in Struts adoption, covering both technical considerations and business issues like total cost of ownership, maintenance, future direction and long term viability of the Apache Struts Framework.

Welcome, John. Great article! I hope you become a frequent visitor to JavaRanch. And if you ever want to write an article for JavaRanch's newsletter, just let us know!
 
Thomas Paul
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Q6: Is Struts Architecturally Sound (in terms of scalability)?
I have been telling everyone that asks that Struts is very scalable and can handle large development efforts. Now I know where to go next time someone claims that Struts has too much overhead!
 
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