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Is There HeadFirst?

 
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Is there any books like HeadFirst for struts?
 
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You can find many good books on Struts at this link. Unfortunately, though, there is no Struts book in the very clever and accessible HeadFirst series.
 
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If there was HeadFirst, then I guess it would be like heaven. Hope someone writes a HeadFirst for Struts soon!
 
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I asked that very same question to the HeadFirst Labs blog about a year ago and was told that the HeadFirst "group" didn't want to do a book on a framework per se; although, that may change in the future.

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Yeah, I remember Bret saying that covering Struts would be a too small topic to be in a head first book.

I guess they can come up with something like Head First Frameworks covering all popular frameworks....geez...i think i said too much!
 
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