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    Default what is mean by java Framework?

    my friend said that he know struts which is Java Framework.

    but in sun.com i couldn't find any technology as struts.

    What is mean by framework?
    what is the difference between framework and technology?
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    Well... you mean JFrame ?

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    no, framework. as in struts, tapestry and spring.

    unfortunately, i've been wondering the same thing. apparently they use tapestry at my work though...

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    Frame works like struts are used for web development it makes coding faster and easer because frames works provides built in functions and tags for example
    intends of using an html tag like <table> </table to create a table you can use sum ting like (JSP tag) <h:data table> <h: data table> w/ can be wired to you backing bean.

    this are the frame works that i know so far
    struts1, struts2, JSP(java server faces), icefaces, spring , spring security

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    Some of the best frameworks to make you program faster are here at jakarta.apache.org. Those frameworks are free to use. Take a look at their commons.apache.org website that have lots and lots of new classes to help you so common tasks. For example the last thing I needed to do was write some code to extract a document that was encoded within an email. I used the commons libraries at apache.org as it had classes that can encode or decode documents in emails.

    The most powerful framework that I use is Spring which is at springframework.org. The best book for that is "Spring Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach" by Gary Mak. That is a book that I lend to programmers to learn how to program faster.

    The most fun framework is ZK at zkoss.org. It makes is so easy to write websites. If you click on their "demo" which is at zkoss.org/zkdemo/userguide/ then you can go to the "Source" tab and try editing the source then click "Try Me!" to see the page update. Within a day a project manager at my company learnt the xml for ZK and created six complex webpages to show us how he wanted to a web system to look. All he did was cut and paste the xml from the "Source" tabs on two browsers and click the "try me!" button until he had built up a nice set of pages to show how he wanted the system to look.

    Using the ZK and Spring frameworks and all the Apache libraries along with the Hibernate database frameworks I wrote an insurance trading system in only 12 weeks with only one other programmer. I have been programming for ten years and these days I spent all of me time exploring new frameworks so that I can program faster and faster by using other peoples free code in new ways to make new programs for people.

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