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Hello all!

Been searching around and haven't found many answers. Possibly researched in the wrong way but does anyone know what CodeRanch tech stack is? I believe it's built on Java, however is there any use of any framework, such as Spring, Struts, etc?
 
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Welcome to the Ranch!

If you check the bottom of each page, you'll notice a "Powered by JForum" message.
 
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... and JForum doesn't use any of the well-known frameworks, but is built on servlets and FreeMarker rather than JSP. As well as lots of other libraries, of course.
 
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