We haven’t sat down in a long time and actually tried to determine a trend in the Java web framework arena. The uncountable number of “easy to use” Java web frameworks that are out nowadays is too many to even start to pay attention to. Struts 1 came out at a perfect time in history… where your only choice was either hand-coding everything or Struts… and most people went with levitra dosage strengths Struts. Flash forward a few years later and now you are in a state where everyone has done, redone and re-redone Struts and the Model 2 style of web frameworks over and over and over, each one supposedly easier and faster than the previous one. Some of the frameworks genuinely bring some pretty cool ideas to the table in new and interesting ways. Others of them accomplish basic tasks with the most convoluted/confusion syntax ever; requiring you to readjust your thinking that you’ve already spent years learning (sorta like Windows Vista did) and learn entirely new technology stacks from the ground up. With so many choices for Java web frameworks out there, and most of them pretty decent from a technical level, the only thing causing the adoption of particular ones to grow are tools and tooling support. Unfortunately, not a lot of the teams working on these frameworks understand/believe that or don’t want to work on tools (understandably, it can be a lot different doing tools than it can be doing a framework). That being said, what if you are a pretty accomplished developer,
and don’t need tools? Which Java web framework is the one for you to choose? Well, that’s what I want to try and figure out… I’m only going to consider frameworks that I’ve seen significant growth and news around for the last few years… I apologize if I’ve excluded your favorite framework here; if it’s big enough let me clomid for women know and I’ll add it. I also tried to include only next-gen frameworks… so no Struts or WebWork in this list. The Java web frameworks I narrowed down getting pregnant by clomid to are (in no particular order):
JavaServer Faces: It’s part of the spec, have to consider it.
Apache Wicket: Big grassroots effort, personal favorite and strong team.
JBoss Seam: Lots of folks using it and saying it’s pretty great solution to JSF development.
Spring MVC & WebFlow: I’m clumping them together because I don’t think either have significant penetration on their own to justify separate categories.
Struts 2: Struts was
too big not to include this.