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Information needed on Struts

 
palla sridhar
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Hey Strut Ranchers!
I'm a very lay user of Struts!
I want to know,
1. Are there any technologies related with Struts which i need to study from Interview point of view and keeping in view of Industry practices ??

I'd like somebody to answer this question who has IT experience in Struts, which will be useful to me!!

2. Is Struts outdated?
3. If so by which technologies?
4. Also can you bried in detail, what are the CONCEPTS AND THINGS i need to learn about Struts w.r.t Interviews and Projects? Please explain me in details..

Thanks in advance,

 
Ed Thompson
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Struts is not outdated. There are two versions, with version 1 still very much in use. For an interview, it would be important to know the differences.

Also, having a firm understanding of the MVC design pattern would be critical.
Other patterns to know: Command, FrontController.

Knowing something about the competition (Spring MVC, Tapestry for example) would also make you look better.

Most of all - practice with it - don't just screen for interview questions!
[ October 22, 2007: Message edited by: Ed Thompson ]
 
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