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Struts2 obsolete ?

 
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well i have a question
do you think struts2 is obsolete?
6 years ...
 
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What do you mean? The latest release happened just a month ago.

Do you think Linux (first released in 1991) is obsolete, too?
 
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just to know
there so many MVC framework and a lot struts2 forum dont answer people so i though its obsolote now.(i mean french forum)
 
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I can't speak to the vibrancy of the French Struts2 community in general, or the viability of whatever forum you're talking about. I think looking at the Struts mailing lists at Apache would be a more reliable indicator, though.

Also note that Struts 2 has not become nearly as popular as Struts 1 (and won't ever, IMO).

To deduce from either of these facts that is it obsolete would depend on your exact definition of "obsolete". I wouldn't use it for new projects, though, as I think that better alternatives are available.
 
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because struts 1 was only alternative to mvc and spring will come after.that why struts was so popular
But now you have some pretty framework more interesting ex tapestry ,seam play .
seamm look likz very cool
 
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I still see jobs in UK and Canada where people are seeking knowledge in Struts 2 - may be to maintain existing projects
 
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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