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    Default Which framework is good?

    hi,

    We have a J2EE application which is running under struts 1.1 (very old). Now we are planning to provide a good user interface for the module which we are going to develop with some tab controls, AJAX support, sliding panel, dynamic added rows in the display,Grid controls etc. Can any one of you suggest some of the good Toolkits which were available in the Market. It can support JSF or struts or some other new technolody which should be compatible with the servlet version 2.4.. But i need a good UI.

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    Felix T

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    Fast Development: Ruby on Rails
    Robust Development: SpringFramwork :rolleyes:
    i am the future

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    I have recently been using struts2 with annotations. It is so much easier and better than struts1 that there is really no comparison. I love the annotations, you hardly have to write to an xml files.
    A friend of mine loves wicket for the ui but I have never used it and another programmer told me she likes apache tiles.
    I also agree that Spring is terrific and would never write an application without it.
    I also am a Hibernate fan.

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    Struts2 is good ,or webwork is also OK

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    Spring I guess..
    Bcoz, you have lot of features in it which is not available in other frameworks.. Also we can use Hibernet and Struts along with Spring, and that would serve you better in terms of performence.

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    Freddie

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    Quote Originally Posted by karidyang View Post
    Struts2 is good ,or webwork is also OK
    Isn't Struts2 the combined efforts of WebWork and Struts1?

    The Google Web Toolkit is a nice option if you're looking for a lot of dynamic HTML. For a more application like look and feel, try Ext GWT.

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    Your question is rather strange if you're a developer or a project manager with Java experience. There are lots of frameworks which will do the job. If you want easy approval, make sure you select any popular one.

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