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Has anyone tried WebWork?

Rick Hightower
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Has anyone tried WebWork? If so what do you think?
Has anyone doen WebWork and Struts who can compare advantages of both?
Here is an interesting blog article.... on WebWork.
WebWork article
I first heard about WebWork when I was at XPUniverse. I've been using Struts for a while. I find Struts useful, but.... I am willing to give WebWork a look at some point in the future. The people I've talked to who have tried both framworks can not stop raving about WebWork.


Rick Hightower is CTO of Mammatus which focuses on Cloud Computing, EC2, etc. Rick is invovled in Java CDI and Java EE as well. linkedin,twitter,blog
Matthew Phillips
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We now have a seperate forum for frameworks. I will move this there.


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Rick Hightower
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Thanks
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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