[ajug-members] Thin-Client web based application question
bsiggelkow at mac.com
Wed Jun 8 17:11:25 EDT 2005
Can you elaborate on your driving motivation in considering Velocity?
Have you built web apps with Velocity? While you can use Struts and
Velocity together, its been my experience that Struts plays much easier
in a straight JSP (w/JSTL) environment. That being said, there are
boatloads of opinions considering whether to use Struts, JSF, or some
other web framework. Just google "java web framework" and you will have
plenty of material to research.
If you really want to use Struts and Velocity together, check out the
Jakarta Struts Cookbook. It's got a recipe that shows how to do it ...
along with a bunch of other cool stuff. I was reading it the other
night and I just couldn't put it down ... it's even better than the Da
On Jun 8, 2005, at 4:40 PM, Minor, Eric wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am about to implement a "Thin-client" web based application. The
> application will be implemented using the M-V-C model.
> I noticed there are several web based frameworks I could used to
> implement the M-V-C architecture and I want to find the
> best tool to use. My application is a medium sized application that
> must be scalable.
> I would like to know how (Velocity + STRUTS) compare to Java Server
> Faces (JSF)?
> Both Struts and JSF are frameworks that allow MVC implementation in a
> "thin-client" web environment.
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