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    I have Questions dear friends and I hope someone will answer.
    In PHP there are some frameworks (Cake, Symfony, CI which I prefer over the other). I have been doing some JSP/Java web for a while and I'm confused of web framework in Java EE. Is Javabean, Struts, JSF frameworks or what?

    Thanks :D

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    Mainly Java can be categories into three.

    1. J2SE (Standard Edition)
    use for the desktop application development mainly (Swing/AWT), means the basis of Java

    2. J2EE (Enterprise Edition)
    use for higher level implementations, specially for web applications (JSP, Servelets, etc)

    3. J2ME (Micro Edition)
    use for mobile application developments

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    In the Java World exists different Frameworks like Symfony or Cake in the PHP World with different approach.

    There exist some MVC Frameworks like

    • Struts / Struts2
    • Stripes
    • Spring MVC


    or Component Frameworks based on JSF Standard

    • JSF
    • MyFaces
    • Icefaces


    Try it out and choose the best for your project!

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    Thanks friends for quick reply.
    I understand MVC but not the "component" thing :)
    So basically what is the different between two?
    I would be happy to hear pros and cons so that I can choose what I can begin with having some background on Code Igniter

    Thanks

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    Any more help?

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    I'am not sure because I prefer MVC Frameworks like Struts2.

    With JSF and similar you use components like Buttons or Links or whatever. On this Components you register Events. It is a little bit more like programming with Swing.

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    Actually it depends on how long you are working on a specific technology. For an example, people how are working on a lot with Swing move to JSF, because easy to map those things.

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