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SpringMVC vs Struts 1 or 2 vs JSF

 
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I am from India,fresher and before applying to any jobs here I committed myself to learn couple of web frameworks according to the industry demand.
So, I am on my way of learning SpringMVC but I am confused between other option(Struts1 or 2 vs JSF).
I'll be applying soon, so any suggestion regarding which framework to go with according to industry demands will be appreciated.

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Usually one would select a framework by documenting requirements and selecting the framework that best supports those requirements. Since you are hoping to acquire the skills for a job, it would make sense to take a look at the job postings in your area and see what they are requiring.
 
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Thanks for replying Joe.But,if one wants to go with global trend then which one's should be selected,so that it their should be no wastage of time
 
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Abhilash Sharma wrote:Thanks for replying Joe.But,if one wants to go with global trend then which one's should be selected,so that it their should be no wastage of time


hi abhilash.there is nothing that "wastage of time" if you learn any new technology. if you learn one webframefork perfectly it doesnt take much time to learn other.and there is no guarantee in companies that they use only one webframework for any client project. depends on requirement.once you step into company you may and have to things depending on the issues you are assigned.no confusion. you can start with spring webmvc or even struts because few companies go for struts and few go for spring web mvc.differs project to project.spring is used for both webapplications and windows applications where as struts is used only for webapplication.so your requirement states which is correct.All the best !! learn any webframework happily and enjoy its benefits.
 
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Thanks Swetha
 
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