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Front Man Vs Struts

kri shan
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Hi Bear Bibeault, How Front Man is different form Struts/other web frameworks (other than light weight) ?
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It is just a Front Controller implementation. If that's all you want from a framework (like me), then Front Man is for you. If you want a lot of other bells and whistles, not so much.


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