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Is JSF an accepted market standard?

 
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Hello,

I am still a little confused from the Jungle of web frameworks, and I wonder if JSF is really becoming the market standard?

Thanks
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We may argue whether it is becoming a market standard,
but it is part of the J2EE specification.
JSF is recommended by the Spring team for scenarios in which component-driven UI development adds value. There will still be people who don't like it. As for any other frameworks.
 
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