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sourav das
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Joined: May 29, 2005
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Hi Donald Brown & Chad Michael Davis,

Good to see the book Struts 2 in Action.

Is this book for beginners or advanced level also?

I have programming experience of Struts 1.3. Do you explain the difference in your book, or you simple write about Struts 2 straight away.

Thanks & Regards

Sourav Das
Alaa Nassef
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Joined: Jan 28, 2008
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Dear Sourav,
Here's a snippet from the editorial review.
This book is designed for working Java web developers-especially those with some background in Struts 1 or WebWork. The core content, covering key framework components such as Actions, Results, and Interceptors, includes new features like the annotation-based configuration options. You'll find chapters on Struts 2 plugins, FreeMarker, and migration from Struts 1 and WebWork 2.


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