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    Default Which frameworks would you recommend getting familiar with?

    I am currently on the basic java course and currently I plan on getting a job in java

    Which frameworks would you recommend adding to my basic knowledge?

    Swing? Spring?
    Any help would be much appreciated!

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    Default Re: Which frameworks would you recommend getting familiar with?

    hi mortem...i also new to java .i started to learn java.according to my friends ,they tell spring is power full framework ever in java.

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    Default Re: Which frameworks would you recommend getting familiar with?

    I'm assuming you are also new to English . Welcome aboard! Thank you for the advice

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    Default Re: Which frameworks would you recommend getting familiar with?

    Before leaping into things like Spring ensure you understand the stuff that comes with JEE, like servlets, JSPs, etc. Also JDBC, and JPA.

    Since a lot of Spring builds on top of these it's not (IMO) advisable to try and build your knowledge on top of a ropey understanding of them.
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    Default Re: Which frameworks would you recommend getting familiar with?

    And also you need to understand the runtime environment, which is both the internet and the web. Basic networking, concurrency/threading, the HTTP protocol, HTML, CSS, Javascript...

    Learning web development can be hard or very hard; its going to be very hard if you don't understand the fundamentals first. In other words: there is plenty to do before you even consider throwing Java at it.
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    Default Re: Which frameworks would you recommend getting familiar with?

    From what I understand Oracle wants to stick with JavaFX and it will eventually replace swing. So, take a look at JavaFX and the SceneBuilder.

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