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Published: Nov 23 2007 / 10:13

One of the most difficult things to do (in Java web development) today is pick which web framework to use when development an application. The Apache Software foundation hosts most of the popular Java web frameworks: Struts, MyFaces, Tapestry and Wicket. This session will compare these different web frameworks, as well as Spring MVC and Stripes. It will briefly explain how each works and the strengths and weaknesses of each. Tips, tricks and gotcha's will be plentiful. Lastly, it will provide attendees with a sample application that utilizes all 6 frameworks, so they can compare line-by-line how the frameworks are different. This sample application will include the following features: sortable/pageable list, client and server-side validation, success and error messages as well as some Ajax functionality. The frameworks will be rated on how easy they make it to implement these features.
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chillenious replied ago:

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Good presentation, but from last year. You can probably find more recent versions of the talk.

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stephanjanssen replied ago:

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This talk was given in September at JavaZone 2007, so very up to date :)

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Affar replied ago:

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Does anyone know the screencast app that was used??? (Video + Slideshow)

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Affar replied ago:

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Does anyone know the screencast app that was used??? (Video + Slideshow)

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