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why JSF than Struts ?

 
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Hi Ranchers,
Why calarify difference between JSF and Struts?
For developement point of view?

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Vilas Lawande
 
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Hi Vilas,

both work as MVC framework, however struts uses Action-based approach, as long as JSF uses component-based approach.

If you're going to have a rich user interface, where you need reuse the web components, I advice you to choose JSF, otherwise Struts seems a better choice.

Also, try out yourself both frameworks and take your own conclusion.
 
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