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simple web framework for separating HTML/CSS development

Stephen Huey
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I'm mainly familiar with Struts, but I've been browsing numerous other web frameworks including Tapestry, Webwork, Wicket, etc. Do you know which one might be highly suitable for creating a small web application and would also make it really easy for a UI developer to concentrate on the HTML/CSS while a Java developer worked on custom tags and servlets and back-end code?
Gregg Bolinger
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Stripes is currently my framework of choice. That being said I can't think of a java based web framework that won't fit your needs since they all either utilize JSPs or some sort of HTML based template.


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