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    raj17 is offline Member
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    Default Jsf or struts or spring

    HELLO to all! i have completed scjp,scwcd certification. now i want to learn framework, which is best framework for me to develop applications as i m scwcd professional .

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    Spring is the best frame work to work on huge application. latest struts is also compatible complex application. I thought spring is having lots of improvement in the recent times. Better to practice on all frame works for getting more knowledge.
    All the best.

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    thanks srinudumpala, but as per my knowledge spring framework is very useful for developing Enterprise applications(business related component), as i am sun certified web component developer and i am very comfortable in developing web applications using servlet and jsp custom tags. i am thinking about jsf and struts, what shoud i do? and i dont have idea about enterprise java beans(EJBs).

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    yes, i think you should go for struts after doing that course.It will be much beneficial for you...........

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