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JSF vs Struts

 
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Hi Friends,
I am trying my first attempt on a full-fledged website.I started with Html,CSS and J.S.And i thought i would use JSP,Servlets and Java Beans for functionalities like login,registration,cookies,session management,email etc.but then I came through "Buri Kurniawan's JSF book",and came to knw that using JSF was the fastest way for web-development,and I liked goin thru the chapters because it's easy.I just need to ask you guys..that am I goin the rite path to making a website??And I have one ques. that if I learn JSF,dont i need to go through Struts..becuase as i know both of them are frameworks and provide the same functionalities.Help me friends..becuase only you can.
Cheers!!!
 
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