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Struts 1.0 vs 1.1

 
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Srikanth Shenoy,
I just joined a project at work that will implement the Struts 1.0 framework. I've never used Struts before and am looking for some introductory material. Your book covers the 1.1 version. Would your book be confusing to someone trying to learn 1.0? Or are there enough similarities in versions that it would be beneficial?
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Kailey Smith
 
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Kailey,
Struts 1.1 is much improved and looks different from a fresher point of view. My book covers only Struts 1.1.
I suggest you look at Struts in Action - I was told that it covers Struts 1.0 quite extensively. I may be wrong though.
 
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Thank you! I will check it out.
 
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