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Struts 2 or 1?

Priya Bindra
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I am just starting to learn struts 2. I was just wondering, since when has struts 2 been introduced? I cudnt find a date in any of the releases.
Ulf Dittmer
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Struts 1 is obsolete; don't use it for anything new. Struts 2 is stable, if that's what you mean, but it isn't anywhere near as widely used as Struts 1 (and is unlikely ever to become as popular, IMO). I'm sure you can find the release dates by searching "struts release notes" or something like that.


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Priya Bindra
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i found out, struts 1 came in june 2001, and struts2 came in dec 2005.
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Note that Struts 2 was WebWork before the rebranding.
 
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