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    hartmannr76 is offline Member
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    Default What framework should I use?

    So I am sure you guys get this question all the time, however I am asking from a different perspective..

    I am a college student and have developed web applications before in php using CodeIgniter framework, as well as modifying ecommerce sites that used OpenCart as their core framework. I understand web programming and frameworks from that aspect so many of the concepts are not foreign to me.

    I have been looking into the frameworks and to be honest, I am leaning towards Struts 2 right now. I realize I may be in a biased section of the forum but I want your opinions on Struts 2 vs JSF vs Spring MVC. Struts seems more familiar to what I have previously looked at, and to be honest, JSF just looks real real ugly.

    Thanks for your expertise!

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    Tolls is offline Moderator
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    Default Re: What framework should I use?

    If Struts seems more familiar then use Struts, but beware that you don't assume it does things in the way you are familiar with simply because it looks like it does, if you see what I mean.

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