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What is the most advanced JSF or JSTL or JSP?

 
es kranthi
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HI,

I am currently using JSP along with DOJO for developing UI in my web application.

Till date i know of JSP,JSTL,JSF but i am unable to decide which of these to use for my UI.

I also wanted to know and learn any new technologies apart from these.

My UI requires from simple input tags to Rating content,playing audio video and everything that we see in todays websites

Thanks and Regards,
E.S.Kranthi
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Hussein Baghdadi
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So you have an application coded with JSP and Dojo, why you want to rewrite it (assuming it is working)?
It is not logical to say which one is advanced since each one of them is different from the another.
JSP is a template technology, JSTL is a supporting tag library and JSF is a component-based framework.
You are the one to decide what to learn but I can mention a couple:
Rails, Grails, JavaScriptMVC, GWT ....
 
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For that matter, you can use dijit, which is a UI package specifically designed on top of dojo.

Fair warning, though, I'm working with an app where the original authors redefined primitive JavaScript functions such as the String comparators and they managed to make dojo/dijit totally flaky, since these packages assume an "honest" javascript environment..
 
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