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From Antonio Sánchez (JIRA) <>
Subject [jira] [Created] (WW-4325) Support professional development in a structured way
Date Tue, 15 Apr 2014 17:27:25 GMT
Antonio Sánchez created WW-4325:

             Summary: Support professional development in a structured way
                 Key: WW-4325
             Project: Struts 2
          Issue Type: Improvement
          Components: Build Management, Documentation, Example Applications
            Reporter: Antonio Sánchez
            Priority: Minor

Provide documentation and sample code, perhaps following the style (and sample case) of Getting
Started tutorials (1), for *professional* development, covering all aspects of real day-by-day
development: professional login, professional data access, professional paging, professional
structure of the application (packages, namespaces...), etc... 

Pretty much like an advanced how-to, but pointing to all tasks that certainly will be present
in a professional project. *Best practices* will also be explained here as well as common
*web patterns* implementation with struts2.

A *sample application ready-to-extend* should be provided, which will be fully usable as a
starting point for a professional project. It could also be  instantiated as a maven archetype.

There already exists documentation and sample code in Struts site but it is spread out along
different sections (how-to, specialized section, guides, archetypes... ); the point here is
to provide professional guidance in a *easy-to-access and structured* way for Struts2 newcomers,
and even newcomers to Java web development in general.

It would be great to have *the best existing documentation of struts hosted in the Struts2
site itself*, covering the full range from "just arrived" to ready-to-use code and documentation
for real life projects. The framework is great, the point is to make professional development
easier to understand and implement for java web developers.


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