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    Thumbs up e-learning

    I am planning to develop an advanced and complete e-learning application. Which frame work would be the best to use?

    Please guide.

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    There are many fully designed e-learning solutions and Course Management Systems out there, such as Moodle, WebCT, Blackboard, etc. Moodle is an open Source Application written largely in PHP. Check others out to see their framework.

    Members on this forum would be happy to help you out if you choose to design your application in Java and get stuck somewhere.

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    Thumbs up

    Thanks Menre!
    I am sorry, actually I ment java framwork.
    Confused between struts 2 framework and ejb or if there is any other that would be helpful.


    Vipin

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