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Ashutosh Arya
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Joined: Oct 07, 2008
Posts: 69

In my project right now no framework is used and my manager wants me to implement a framework.

I am aware of the popular frameworks but wanted to implement struts.Please suggest shall I use Struts 2.0 or the earlier version.

Actually the main intention is to make the application in such a manner so that it can cope up with the latest technology changes, also the new developers joining the team can get to work on newer technologies.If you want to suggest any other frameworks please suggest.

I will be glad to learn and implement them.

It will be very kind if you could please suggest a learning source online.

Thanks in advance,

David Newton

Joined: Sep 29, 2008
Posts: 12617

I would not use Struts 1 for any new development; it's quite antiquated in its philosophy.

If I wanted to go with a Java-based action-oriented framework I'd use either Struts 2 or Spring MVC.
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