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Hello, I been working with Java mainly in the desktop environment, but now I'm required to develop an app for the Web, so my question is: Do I need to learn Servlets and JSP before learning a framework such as JSF?

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Absolutely. Otherwise it's like trying to learn to design a circuit before learning what electricity is.
 
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Thanks for the quick answer.
 
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A also recommend novices to JSP read the following articles:
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