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Comprehensive listing of Java web frameworks?

 
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Hi there,
As much as I learn about Java server-side development, the more I realize I don't know anything. Or at least, I don't have "the full picture" when it comes to frameworks. It would be nice to compile a comprehensive list of all Java server-side frameworks, both open source and commercial, I think. I'll get the ball rolling:
Servlets (or list by jsr?)
JSP, JSTL, and custom taglibs
Velocity
Webmacro
Freemarker
Tapestry
Turbine
Expresso (sic?)
Tea (and Kettle)
Struts
InternetBeans
 
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Check the Wafer Project which aims to objectively compare the various OSS web frameworks available.
 
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Spring seems pretty good from my limited exposure to it.
 
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Originally posted by Matthew Phillips:
Spring seems pretty good from my limited exposure to it.


I'm not really crazy about Spring's web framework... it just isn't as mature as Struts or WebWork. However, the rest of Spring (Dependency Injection, AOP, Persistence, Transactioning, etc.) is really top-notch!
[ February 11, 2004: Message edited by: Chris Mathews ]
 
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