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Tiles Framework Question?

Joe Harry
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What exactly does the tiles framework tries to acheive?


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Jim Hardin
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As a tiles user, I would describe it as a templating framework which tries to achieve centralization of layout-code and layout-logic. That is, Tiles provides a mechanism whereby all of the web application's layout-code and layout-logic can be in one spot, and not strewn amongst all the various JSPs. See the Tiles features blurb for details.
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Joe Harry
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Thanks Jim!
 
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