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    Default difference of MVC model from frameworks?

    what's the difference of MVC model from frameworks? can u give me examples of frameworks tnx.

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    tnx i found it the answer.. framework is a compilation of programs for code reuse and to jump start on a project.. its a variety

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    A framework is a design pattern that implements an entire application, except for some blanks; you fill in the blanks and voila, there it goes. Most likely a framework implements an MVC pattern as well because that pattern clearly separates concerns of a model, a view and a controller. If the framework is really flexible it allows you to fill in the blanks of those three entities as well.

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    tnn for the info :D

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    take a look at the apache.org site. there are many Web Frameworks like Struts2, Tapestry or MyFaces.

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